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      09-14-2012, 01:21 AM   #1
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Car and Modifications:
  • 2008 BMW M3
  • ESS VT3-700 Low Compression Engine
  • ESS VT3-700 Supercharger kit @ 11.75 PSI Boost
  • Catless
  • Modified Challege X-Pipe with 4 resonators
  • Akra Slip On
  • 93 Octane
  • 6MT
Conditions:
  • Temparature:: 79.51 degrees F
  • Atmospheric pressure: 29.47 inHg
  • Humidity: 40%
  • Density Altitude: 2360 Ft.
  • SAE Correction: 1.009
  • STD Correction: 1.037
  • Uncorrected: 1.000
Results:
  • SAE Corrected: 624whp @ 7700 RPM, 428wtq @ 7610 RPM
  • STD Corrected: 638whp, 437wtq
  • Uncorrected: 618whp, 424wtq
Dyno Database:
Individual Dyno Results:

The legend below has the following meaning:
  • Dyno Run: Dyno run file
  • Timestamp
  • Temp(F) = Temperature (Farenheit)
  • RelH = Relative Humidity
  • Pressure(Hg) = Barometric Pressure
  • DA(ft) = Density Altitude
  • WHP(unc) = Uncorrected wheel horsepower
  • WTQ(unc) = Uncorrected wheel torque
  • WHP(SAEd) = SAE Corrected Horsepower using Dynojet weather station.
  • WTQ(SAEd) = SAE Corrected Torque using Dynojet weather station.

* Entry used for the Dyno Database



* Entry used for the Dyno Database

Graphs:

SAE-Corrected



STD-Corrected



Uncorrected

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BOOM!!!

Great Numbers Izzy! I love the full disclosure as well!

You should get out there and drive the crap out of that thing! Oh wait you already do that!

Lookout other S/C M3's, cuz Izzy is comin for you!

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Yeah bro...sick numbers! Sorry I missed the dyno session...next time.
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And thats on relatively low boost, wait until you put that smaller pulley on.......great stuff that car has balls!
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BOOM!!!

Great Numbers Izzy! I love the full disclosure as well!

You should get out there and drive the crap out of that thing! Oh wait you already do that!

Lookout other S/C M3's, cuz Izzy is comin for you!

Haha,its driven like its stolen !
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Yeah bro...sick numbers! Sorry I missed the dyno session...next time.
Thx Scott.No worries,there's always next time !
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And thats on relatively low boost, wait until you put that smaller pulley on.......great stuff that car has balls!

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awesome my friend just awesome!
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awesome my friend just awesome!

Thanks,more to come !
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INSANE POWER!!!

Well done img! I can't wait to see you run some other cars and add to the kill list!

If I may ask a couple questions:

1) Why is there a drastic difference in AFR between the two runs?
2) The power and torque curves have a different shape between the two, was that from different tunes, car pulling timing, etc?
3) Can we get more videos of this sexy beast....some photos would be nice to?!

Again, insane man! Your 60-130 times prove that you are making some incredible power. Keep it up bro!
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INSANE POWER!!!

Well done img! I can't wait to see you run some other cars and add to the kill list!

If I may ask a couple questions:

1) Why is there a drastic difference in AFR between the two runs?
2) The power and torque curves have a different shape between the two, was that from different tunes, car pulling timing, etc?
3) Can we get more videos of this sexy beast....some photos would be nice to?!

Again, insane man! Your 60-130 times prove that you are making some incredible power. Keep it up bro!
Hey, thanks man !

I wanted to see what's the difference with a single pump vs the two pumps and adjusted FP per setup.

I will post some pics in a few.
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Sick numbers bro...

I've been in this car, it's scary fast! Makes my shiet feel slow!!!
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Sweet mother of Jesus I've been waiting to see this. Bravo. Can you explain what the difference between sae and std is? Which numbers should I be looking at more
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Sweet mother of Jesus I've been waiting to see this. Bravo. Can you explain what the difference between sae and std is? Which numbers should I be looking at more
SAE and STD are both correcting factors with different derivations. Generally speaking, STD uses a lower temperature in it's equation, hence the higher numbers than SAE.

Saying which one to look at more than the other is rather moot. SAE seems to be the standard practice, but as long as you comparing same correcting factors between dynos, that at least removes some variable. Some people prefer STD, some prefer SAE.
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SAE and STD are both correcting factors with different derivations. Generally speaking, STD uses a lower temperature in it's equation, hence the higher numbers than SAE.

Saying which one to look at more than the other is rather moot. SAE seems to be the standard practice, but as long as you comparing same correcting factors between dynos, that at least removes some variable. Some people prefer STD, some prefer SAE.
Thanks! I guessed as much but wanted to make sure what it really was. I always look all data given anyway
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Sick numbers bro...

I've been in this car, it's scary fast! Makes my shiet feel slow!!!
Cause it is slow ! haha
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Sweet mother of Jesus I've been waiting to see this. Bravo. Can you explain what the difference between sae and std is? Which numbers should I be looking at more

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SAE and STD are both correcting factors with different derivations. Generally speaking, STD uses a lower temperature in it's equation, hence the higher numbers than SAE.

Saying which one to look at more than the other is rather moot. SAE seems to be the standard practice, but as long as you comparing same correcting factors between dynos, that at least removes some variable. Some people prefer STD, some prefer SAE.
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INSANE POWER!!!

Well done img! I can't wait to see you run some other cars and add to the kill list!

If I may ask a couple questions:

1) Why is there a drastic difference in AFR between the two runs?
2) The power and torque curves have a different shape between the two, was that from different tunes, car pulling timing, etc?
3) Can we get more videos of this sexy beast....some photos would be nice to?!

Again, insane man! Your 60-130 times prove that you are making some incredible power. Keep it up bro!


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Wonderful stuff!!!!
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Hopefully their AFR probe was incorrect, because that's high air/fuel readings.
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Nice numbers Izzyyy !!!

Why does power fall off after 7700rpm?
When are you upping the boost some more
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