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      11-22-2013, 10:42 PM   #1
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Dyno results 13' MT BPM Tune

Although I'm sure you've all seen hundreds of Dyno sheets by now with basically the same mods I thought I'd still share. Perfect day to Dyno as far as temperature was concerned. I think it was low 60's today over at EAS. Overall I'm pleased with the results. Full Dinan exhaust with AA drop in Filter and of course BPM tune.
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Interesting ... car with BPM tune goes to EAS for a dyno Very interesting numbers, that 15 hp and 11 lb/ft from the first run. Have you got figures with stock. I am thinking car is still adapting to the BPM tune. How long have you had the tune for? May be best referred to Mike. If you happy then all's good.
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Interesting ... car with BPM tune goes to EAS for a dyno Very interesting numbers.
Honestly, I could really care less about all the drama. EAS is down the street from my house and have always helped me out so I just went there
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Interesting ... car with BPM tune goes to EAS for a dyno Very interesting numbers, that 15 hp and 11 lb/ft from the first run. Have you got figures with stock. I am thinking car is still adapting to the BPM tune. How long have you had the tune for? May be best referred to Mike. If you happy then all's good.
No I didn't do a base run before tune…. Kinda wish I would have now but oh well. I just barely got the car tuned yesterday so maybe it is still adapting. Regardless though I am happy with the results
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Kind of makes this all meaningless no?
Kind of but since eas has dynoed so many e9x m3 we know what their base ones have run. I think base ones were around 330-340 but I'm sure eas will chime in themselves.
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Kind of but since eas has dynoed so many e9x m3 we know what their base ones have run. I think base ones were around 330-340 but I'm sure eas will chime in themselves.
I think it will be a pointless exercise to compare with stock numbers. Each car puts out different numbers due to a number of factors, hence it's important to have before and after numbers just to know what the gains are. Just because car A puts out 340 hp doesn't mean car B will produce the same. We had a dyno day here and two ///3s put out totally different numbers and the other owner walked off thinking he bought a lemon.

I didn't ask the original question to belittle anyone, just a normal question anyone would have asked, and I happened to reply to the thread first. The owner is happy and that's what matters.
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hmmmm why is there so many reviews on bpm raving how great it is?
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I think it will be a pointless exercise to compare with stock numbers. Each car puts out different numbers due to a number of factors, hence it's important to have before and after numbers just to know what the gains are. Just because car A puts out 340 hp doesn't mean car B will produce the same. We had a dyno day here and two ///3s put out totally different numbers and the other owner walked off thinking he bought a lemon.

I didn't ask the original question to belittle anyone, just a normal question anyone would have asked, and I happened to reply to the thread first. The owner is happy and that's what matters.
Totally agree but I was just saying that to get a general idea. The car makes good power and like you said op is happy. I always like to know how much power was added in correlation to what mods were chosen. Just the curiosity in me wanting that.
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hmmmm why is there so many reviews on bpm raving how great it is?
Why are you trying to stir things up? I'm going to be a 16 year old girl from the 90's and say, " your comment was so like three months ago" Benvo has been suspended and there haven't been many reviews popping up lately and no that doesn't mean no one is buying the tune
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hmmmm why is there so many reviews on bpm raving how great it is?
If you read this thread carefully, you will see no one is raving about BPM. The poster had the tune and he's simply sharing his numbers with the rest of us. I am sure anyone will be curious to what the gains are after a tune.

Please don't start something here. There is enough and more politics here which have seen people being banned unnecessarily.
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Why are you trying to stir things up? I'm going to be a 16 year old girl from the 90's and say, " your comment was so like three months ago" Benvo has been suspended and there haven't been many reviews popping up lately and no that doesn't mean no one is buying the tune
Not stiring things up. I really don't know what drama went on. I wasn't on here enough and I don't care.

I was going to get my M5 coded with bpm. A guy who I sold a part to said he worked for bpm and referred me. Then he posted in the reviews section as a "customer" saying how great the tune was on his car :/

I go on here to check out reviews on products to see if they're worth getting so when stuff like that happens I don't know what's real and what's not! It wouldn't be fair for other people as well.
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383 in STD correction is probably about 375 rwhp in SAE. That is pretty good power and in the expected range -- quite a few cars have dyno'd around 375 rwhp SAE Dynojet with cat delete and a tune on 91 octane.
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Not stiring things up. I really don't know what drama went on. I wasn't on here enough and I don't care.

I was going to get my M5 coded with bpm. A guy who I sold a part to said he worked for bpm and referred me. Then he posted in the reviews section as a "customer" saying how great the tune was on his car :/

I go on here to check out reviews on products to see if they're worth getting so when stuff like that happens I don't know what's real and what's not! It wouldn't be fair for other people as well.
Well that's unfortunate and that's all I'll say on that issue however there are a lot of non employed bpm members here who are running the tune hahah we've gone past the stage of asking whether or not the reviews are fake or real but I understand your concern about it after your experience
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Interesting ... car with BPM tune goes to EAS for a dyno Very interesting numbers, that 15 hp and 11 lb/ft from the first run. Have you got figures with stock. I am thinking car is still adapting to the BPM tune. How long have you had the tune for? May be best referred to Mike. If you happy then all's good.
The MSS60 'adapts' pretty darn quickly according to my research.

That difference of 15whp/11wtq is more so the car 'warming up' to the dyno, the dyno rollers warming up, and the DME hitting it's optimal target parameters after more and more WOT pulls.

When my car was 100% stock, I saw a 21whp/4wtq torque difference between lowest and highest run!

Congrats on the numbers Lucrecio84!
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I assume this is the "Stage 2" tune?
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hmmmm why is there so many reviews on bpm raving how great it is?
All I did was post my results with the modifications I have done. People need to quit overlooking things and turning everything into drama. We are all on here because we love our M's, enough of the BS
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I assume this is the "Stage 2" tune?
yes stage two with full Dinan exhaust and drop in AA filter
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The MSS60 'adapts' pretty darn quickly according to my research.

That difference of 15whp/11wtq is more so the car 'warming up' to the dyno, the dyno rollers warming up, and the DME hitting it's optimal target parameters after more and more WOT pulls.

When my car was 100% stock, I saw a 21whp/4wtq torque difference between lowest and highest run!

Congrats on the numbers Lucrecio84!
Thank you!
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Kind of makes this all meaningless no?
Yea I thought about it, the next time there's a dyno day I was thinking I'd do a couple runs with the stock flash for a base run and then also maybe get things fine tuned a lil more after to see if I can break 383
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Is this 91 or 93 octane?
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Solid results. Drive in good health and enjoy. EAS has always been a pleasure to work with.
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