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      10-20-2011, 01:27 AM   #1
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DINAN bored out throttle bodies worth it?

Hey fella's,

I'm thinking of getting the DINAN bored out throttle bodies. I would think it'll wrap up the DINAN package I have so far. Software, pully & an X-pipe (Encore Innovation though, not DINAN)

Is it worth the $$? Anyone running with this?
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      10-20-2011, 01:46 AM   #2
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get the diff. throttle bodies dont give as much of an impact.
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      10-20-2011, 07:23 AM   #3
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PG added them to his stroker and got no gain whatsoever. Stock TB's are more than adequate even on modified engines.
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for the money.. probably no but if you just want to try it hey be the first... I dont know any here that got one
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for the money.. probably no but if you just want to try it hey be the first... I dont know any here that got one

i already did... no noticeable gains
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i already did... no noticeable gains
oh then...

sorry then this is just waste of $$$$$$$$$....
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PG added them to his stroker and got no gain
whatsoever. Stock TB's are more than adequate even on modified
engines.
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...but if you just want to try it hey be the
first... I dont know any here that got one...
Correct, PG put them on his stroker and did a controlled test.
Same gas, same weather conditions, same dyno, same time of day,
24-hours apart.

Results:
-2whp,
-5wtq

Dyno Database entry:
http://bmw.pencilgeek.org/showDyno.php?recID=382
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i was at a dyno night at EAS, and i have a 2008 m3 with rpi axleback rpi scoops and a bmc filter and did 358whp on a dynojet as my highest run. The man before me in a 2009 DCT m3 did 342whp with dinan pulley throttle boddies intake exhaust and software... after seeing his results i decided to stay away from all dinan parts.
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i was at a dyno night at EAS, and i have a 2008 m3 with rpi axleback rpi scoops and a bmc filter and did 358whp on a dynojet as my highest run. The man before me in a 2009 DCT m3 did 342whp with dinan pulley throttle boddies intake exhaust and software... after seeing his results i decided to stay away from all dinan parts.


I went with DINAN due to the warrenty issue. But good to know. I won't go with the throttle bodies then. Wast of $$, I could go on a exotic dive trip for that price with a hot chic.
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      10-21-2011, 02:13 PM   #10
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That was probably me. The dyno was very low considering the mods but we figured out that I had a very clogged and dirty air filter. I have some new mods so I am interested in seeing what it will do.

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i was at a dyno night at EAS, and i have a 2008 m3 with rpi axleback rpi scoops and a bmc filter and did 358whp on a dynojet as my highest run. The man before me in a 2009 DCT m3 did 342whp with dinan pulley throttle boddies intake exhaust and software... after seeing his results i decided to stay away from all dinan parts.
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