Making a DONATED 200,000 Mile Twin Turbo BMW Look and Drive like NEW! (and then ENGINE MALFUNCTION)

We add a ton of turbo and cosmetic mods to the Free BMW 335i, it looks incredible and then it breaks out on the first drive! Even though it comes with its share of issues, its still an excellent car!

All of our Performance Mods came from Cobb Tuning: https://www.cobbtuning.com/

The Konig Ampliform Wheels on the BMW: https://bit.ly/2WxReOy

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32 thoughts on “Making a DONATED 200,000 Mile Twin Turbo BMW Look and Drive like NEW! (and then ENGINE MALFUNCTION)

  1. Also, for the love of god, DO NOT ever use a 2K spray coat without a respirator of some sort. Those chemicals will fuck up your lungs. There's no comparison to a typical spray can

  2. The intakes DO NOT need to shield heat with an INTERCOOLER!!!! BTW, why didn't you say what size the intercooler is???

  3. I like your videos but I disagree with the entire limp mode thing, a bad o2 sensor should not put the thing in limp mode, Mass air flow shouldn't either, and when some models kick into that limp mode, you are limited to 30 – 40mph and like 0 power to even get home and angry drivers behind you. I agree in limp mode for coolant issues or oil issues, even a misfire it shouldn't go in limp mode in my opinion.

    But then again, all of these fancy sensors, and yet them new cars still can not tell you if you brake or plate light is out but can tell you your tire pressure. I guess im old school, I had the same gutless 91 Chevy Pickup since 2002, recently sold it last year with 876k miles on the original 4.3 engine, and bought be a 92 Chevy 5.7 create engine with a bit more grunt.

  4. the music in this video makes me want to jump off the planet and float through space frozen hoping to smashed by a passing astroid moving at 5000klm per second

  5. Sam, with the high heat those engines already create under hood, I wouldn't be surprised if you lost a sizable amount of power throughout the entire rpm range. It will also clog fast due to under hood oil vapors, rendering the filter trash in about a month….The oem airbox with a decent high flow filter is more than adequate at your displacement and needs, even at the track. It will supply the coolest air possible that you need for the turbo engine. If you want a 'large' colorful intake, there are pricey options to still grab cool air from outside the engine bay. -Rob, bmw MT

  6. Quick question how did you become so wealthy what do you Work at When not buying and selling cars Thanks a lot really appreciate the videos

  7. you put 2 cone air filter to auck hot air from under the hood and then a bigger intercooler. Get those air filter out from there and you wil get a better performance

  8. The cobb parts are a bit overpriced for what else is offered out there. Would have liked to see you slap on some Burger Tuning or VRSF parts.

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