HiHard to see the timeslip I'll try to get a better picture of it or scan it, but here is my quickest run from tonight.
2000 2.2 s10 5 speed - 56mm tb, FlexALite efan, Inline Fuel Pump, 180* tstat, cold air intake, 40 series, Kumho 205/75/15s, as well as ditched headlight...
Ill take the 2.2 all day as long as i dont need to race,tow or do any other truck stuff.
Like lift it and load the back up. Its was the first motor not to over heat on me. Very reliable
And fuel effecient. Easy to work compared to a v6.
If you want a stock dd 2.2l all the way.
Wana try and make it fast? At best, it will just not be slow!
I got 13.6 sec out of a 1995 325i with a diet(2200pnds), intake, exuast ,chip
Thats just a quick car.
A turbo kit or nitrous ill touch 12s. That is fast
More n more 400hp-600hp cars are released everyday.
Cars doin 240-275 mph
Being fast these days is a real challenge!
Whats the point of straping a big turbo to to
Your truck if a v6 camery will still beat you??
How or who did you have plumb up the system? Was curious about spooling the 2.2 but didn't know if it was worth it cost wise.I've touched on high 13's nearly 5000 feet above sea level when I was running my smaller turbo. With the larger turbo and being unable to brake boost off the line due to overwheling the drum brakes, I ran a 14 flat at 106 with a dead asleep 3.0 60'.
Now with disk on the rear I can brake boost to around 3500 rpm. I just need time and new wheels to clear the brakes and mount my slicks.
my s10 also scales around 3200lbs with me in it. In retrospect your bmw looks pretty slow to my s-10...