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Old 3rd May 2008, 20:53   #1
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Dynojet dyno Results

I went to have my car tested on a dynojet today and thought I would share the results with all of you.

1st pull: 485.6 rwhp and 362.2 rwtq

2nd pull: 481.8 rwhp and 361.5 rwtq

3rd pull: 478.4 rwhp and 359.8 rwtq

a/f was dead on at 13.1 : 1 across the board on all pulls

Temp today outside was roughly 62 degrees F
Pulls were done in 6th gear (1:1 gearing) all the way to redline (no rev limiter )

Setup:
Evosport headers
Random Technology race cats with custom setup for O2 wiring harness behind the cats
Evosport underdrive pulley
Active Autowerke ECU software
Charcoal filters removed
K&N drop in high-flow filters
Dinan mufflers

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Those are scary numbers
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I do not know was is going on with the forum or my computer.

Anyway, those dyno numbers are great. Very impressive results.
I thought 5th gear was the best 1:1 gear for dyno'ing?
Also those are great torque numbers. The air is pretty rare up there in those rwhp numbers in the 480 ballpark on motor.

You sure have a strong car. Enjoy it my friend.

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That is some impressive numbers. Can any one answer me how fast will this m5 be doing the 0 to 60 and quartermile run? I will be very interested. Coming from the m6 side myself.

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That is some impressive numbers. Can any one answer me how fast will this m5 be doing the 0 to 60 and quartermile run? I will be very interested. Coming from the m6 side myself.

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Nice Darren...very nice! Looks like it is dialed in. I am very suprised the K&N's are working that well.

M6CN, Darren posted his quarter mile time not too long ago. It should not be hard to find.
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That is some impressive numbers. Can any one answer me how fast will this m5 be doing the 0 to 60 and quartermile run? I will be very interested. Coming from the m6 side myself.

Dan
I did my first 1/4 mile run last month and posted the results on here. When I did those runs I did not have the race cats, the stock secondaries were still in. Please remember, it was also my first time to drag race the car at the track.

My best trap speed was 117.x mph. I might be able get it to 119mph now, but we'll need to wait and see.

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Darren's car is strong and sounds awesome!

I also dyno'd the M6 right after Darren.

Numbers were similar as our setups are almost identical.

1st Pull - 482hp 355tq
2nd Pull - 481hp 347tq
3rd Pull - 478hp 351tq

These numbers are quoted from memory. Darren, if you have the files correct me if I'm wrong.

My A/F's were a little different than Darren's. Probably due to the difference in software. I ran 13:1 until around 5500 RPM, then went to 12.7 - 12.9:1 the rest of the way. Very consistent on all runs.

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Evo Headers
Evo Race Cats
Evo Resonated X-Pipe
Dinan Stage II Software
Dinan TB's
Dinan Mufflers
BMC Drop-Ins
RPI Scoops
Dinan 3.91 Diff (Irrelevant for dynojet purposes)

I don't think I left anything out performance-wise.

Fun day. Good numbers. Cheers
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Darren's car is strong and sounds awesome!

I also dyno'd the M6 right after Darren.

Numbers were similar as our setups are almost identical.

1st Pull - 482hp 355tq
2nd Pull - 481hp 347tq
3rd Pull - 478hp 351tq

These numbers are quoted from memory. Darren, if you have the files correct me if I'm wrong.

My A/F's were a little different than Darren's. Probably due to the difference in software. I ran 13:1 until around 5500 RPM, then went to 12.7 - 12.9:1 the rest of the way. Very consistent on all runs.

Setup:

Evo Headers
Evo Race Cats
Evo Resonated X-Pipe
Dinan Stage II Software
Dinan TB's
Dinan Mufflers
BMC Drop-Ins
RPI Scoops
Dinan 3.91 Diff (Irrelevant for dynojet purposes)

I don't think I left anything out performance-wise.

Fun day. Good numbers. Cheers
I'd be willing to bet you would get higher numbers using software other than Dinan.
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