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      07-01-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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Recent Dyno results

Hey guys, I just got back from my buddies shop after I strapped my E92 to the dynojet. I am happy with the results, especially since it was in the 90's when we did the run.



The Blue line is my M3, the red line is my old K24 Civic that I had before the M3.

I dont really have any performance mods on the M, just an AA filter, RPI scoops, and a Meisterschaft GTS rear section. What do you guys think?
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The absolute numbers from an inertia chassis dyno are pretty much meaningless

The civic revved all the way to 8200RPM, pretty cool .

On the other hand, the dyno operator should have revved your M3 all the way to the 8400RPM cut off. Max power should be around 8300RPM.
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The absolute numbers from an inertia chassis dyno are pretty much meaningless

The civic revved all the way to 8200RPM, pretty cool .

On the other hand, the dyno operator should have revved your M3 all the way to the 8400RPM cut off. Max power should be around 8300RPM.
Yeah I was just wanted to see how the M stacked up to my old civic, plus its always fun to strap your car to a dyno . Also I will be taking the M back to the same dyno in the future after any mods, so I guess this could be called my baseline even though I dont have stock numbers.

Yeah my civic also revved to 8,400, I dont know why the tech cuts it off at 8,200 on both
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