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      05-16-2010, 03:03 PM   #1
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Smile BMW E92 M3 Eisenmann Race on Dyno run.

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Put the M3 on the dyno for the first time today...

440.5 BHP max power. 339.4 FtLb of Torque (attached

All Stock + Eisenmann Race Muffler. 35,000 miles on the clock.
Pretty surprised that at the increase over stock?! Pleased also!





Sounded amazing as its the first time i have properly heard it from outside the car. Monster.
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      05-16-2010, 03:53 PM   #2
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WHOA. If Eisenmann came out with those types of gains, I'd DEFINITELY buy one now!
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      05-16-2010, 04:11 PM   #3
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Those are flywheel figures hence the confusion.

There are no correction factors on the graph.....please ask for them to be printed out with the graph. You may have had a very high difference in intake temp hence giving the very unrealistic figure.

340lb.ft torque just doesn't happen, more like the tacho calibration being out which is quite evident from the graph.

Eisenmann's give 8-10 RWHP at best from our experience. Be interesting to see what the other vendors achieve.
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I think its just a magic car!
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I think its just a magic car!
Lots of majic cars around these days!
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naaaah no good. my remus alone pushed me to 475
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naaaah no good. my remus alone pushed me to 475
Majic Remus!

Must have been a majic batch.
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how much is that exhaust ? and how much power would it add to my supercharger setup ????sorry i had to
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Even if those are flywheel #s they are very high!

My eisenmann race on first 3 runs lost a few hp..then let car cool (maybe ecu adjusting?) Next 2 sets of runs had a gain of around 4-6 whp
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naaaah no good. my remus alone pushed me to 475
so you were at 473 before you fitted then?
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Even if those are flywheel #s they are very high!

My eisenmann race on first 3 runs lost a few hp..then let car cool (maybe ecu adjusting?) Next 2 sets of runs had a gain of around 4-6 whp
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how much is that exhaust ? and how much power would it add to my supercharger setup ????sorry i had to
gents he said it was a magic car
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