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      03-23-2008, 09:53 PM   #1
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Anyone daring enough to dyno their M3 yet?

Perhaps some of the tuners can post up their baselines. I'd love to see a some dyno charts of an e92; see what these new M3s are making at the wheels, where it counts.
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Someone posted a video of a dyno run months ago with promises of curves etc, but I never heard anything further...

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Here is LowG's post, then he kinda vanished.

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1. It is based on the original exhaust only modified, I will do some mre picīs within the next days.
2. Price youīll need to ask, because I got a special price for the prototyp, it was also incl. the 2nd stage catīs, they are changed to 100 zeller? and they are shorter. Please ask the producer for the price, the valve is based on the Porsche equipment. If you do not get an answer from them, send me an email.
3.Picīs will follow
4.The first dyno test shows a power gain, but detail test will follow the 2nd week 2008 !
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There are at least 2 or 3 dyno runs available on the forum.


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411 bhp reading taken last week on Dyno Dynamics.

Torque curve was impressively flat.
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411 bhp reading taken last week on Dyno Dynamics.

Torque curve was impressively flat.
Link?

How did they test it at the crank?
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Alot of dyno's have their own way of calculating crank figures which are estimates. From experience the Dyno Dynamics give a very good estimate but wheel figures are a far better respresentation.

Will get the graphs of wheel and flywheel estimation up.
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Alot of dyno's have their own way of calculating crank figures which are estimates. From experience the Dyno Dynamics give a very good estimate but wheel figures are a far better respresentation.

Will get the graphs of wheel and flywheel estimation up.
Thanks. I really would like to see what kind of torque these motors are putting down.
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Second that!! Would love to see reliable dynos!!!
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Second that!! Would love to se reliable dynos!!!
Preferably from a Mustang Dyno or a Dynapack.


DynoJets LIE!!!!
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Preferably from a Mustang Dyno or a Dynapack.


DynoJets LIE!!!!
They do, they certianly do, but someone that really know's what they are doing can do it right@@@
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