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THE ESSENTIALS
Owner: Chris Bergemann
Location: Portland, OR
Vehicle: HPF BMW M3
Power: 800whp

ENGINE & PERFORMANCE

HPF S54 inline-6 Turbo

ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

HPF-spec: (pistons, rods, main studs, wrist pins, rings and bearings)
Engine build by M&B Cylinder Head
ARP L19 head studs
HPF Stage 3 turbo kit
HPF Intake manifold
HPF intercooler 24x12x4-inches
Precision dual ball-bearing billet wheel turbo
Walbro 255lph fuel pumps
AEM FPR
RC Engineering 1200cc injectors
Okada Projects ignition coils
NGK racing spark plugs
TiAL 44mm V-band wastegate
Twin HKS Super Sequential BOVs
Active Autowerke mechanical fan
HPF oil cooler.

ENGINE MANAGEMENT

HPF/AEM Standalone
HPF knock alarm
HPF magic button

DRIVELINE

OS Giken triple carbon clutch.

WHEELS, TIRES, BRAKES

VIP Modular custom wheels
F: 19x10-inch
R: 19x13-inch
Hoosier R6 slicks
Brembo GT Brake System

SUSPENSION

KW Variant 3 coilovers
UUC rear control Arms
HPF chassis bracing

EXTERIOR

Asuka Designs widebody
Asuka Designs rear wing
Standox Paint
Bodywork by Bret Bothwell and Mackin’s AutoBody
Graphics by PSPEK
Vinyl by Signs Now

INTERIOR

Roll cage by Racetech Motorsports
Sparco Circuit Pro
RCI 5 point seat belts
Vertex steering wheel
Rothsport Racing quick release hub
AEM 52mm gauges (fuel pressure,
AEM oil pressure, AEM boost, AEM wideband)

To feed the six-shooter, HPF installed twin Walbro 255lph fuel pumps in addition to the factory fuel pump. To maintain fuel pressure, AEM’s high volume fuel pressure regulator was used which feeds fuel under pressure to HPF’s fuel rail and into six RC Engineering 1200cc low impedance injectors. Okada Projects plasma direct ignition coils store up spark energy and NGK racing spark plugs fire the intake air charge for each cylinder. The boost comes from a Precision dual ball-bearing billet wheel turbo running an .81 A/R. The turbo spools insanely quickly, yet still flows enough to make 800rwhp surprisingly easily. This is achieved via computer controlled boost feedback through the HPF/AEM EMS system and the TiAL 44mm V-band wastegate. To vacate the intake system of pressure when the ITBs are closed, twin HKS Super Sequential BOV’s were installed one directly in front of the intake manifold, and one directly after the turbo. To cool the intake charge a massive HPF intercooler was used which measures 24x12x4-inches with a 95-percent efficiency rating. All of this cool air is forced into the engine via the HPF flow benched “orange” intake manifold which equalizes air to all six cylinders. To keep everything tight under pressure, all of the silicon couplers were designed by HPF for precise fitment and they all utilize 5-layer silicone so the t-bolt clamps won’t loosen up.

To keep the engine cool during long track sessions, HPF installed the Active Autowerke mechanical fan which utilizes a stiffer clutch as the factory clutched fan will often slip during hard abuse. They also wired the air conditioning fan to stay on once the car is started and left the factory fan shroud in place to improve air flow through the radiator. To keep the oil cool, they designed an additional oil cooler that runs in series with the factory oil cooler.

This M3 recently debuted at MFest 2010, and Bergemann plans to run it at several of the upcoming Time Attack events. He’s even been taking people for ride-alongs (read: rides of terror) at the track in the passenger seat. Bergemann maintains that if you don’t get motion sickness, this car is better than any roller coaster you might have been on. Our only question is where do we sign up?