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darren_dallas 2nd March 2009 01:10

2008 Dinan Stroker M5 versus 2009 Cadillac CTS-V
 
+ YouTube Video
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Both cars dyno'd 456rwhp on Classic BMW's dynodynamics this Saturday. The CTS-V showed 450+ rwtq though and my stroker only posted 330+ rwtq.

Watch the video and we can discuss afterwards...

Gustav 2nd March 2009 01:14

Bye bye :D

Gearing, aerydunamics, gearbox and more :D

Congratulations. However this is still my favourite:

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JoeCaMotto 2nd March 2009 01:18

Darren, you kill'ed him:M5thumbs: thanks for posting.

darren_dallas 2nd March 2009 01:21

Thanks Gustav. Has nothing to do with aerodynamics though since we started at 45 mph. I believe it comes down to the fact that the Dinan Stroker is making power when there's proper air flow.

m630 2nd March 2009 01:27

:applause: awesome :cheers:

Ryanmcd 2nd March 2009 01:28

LOL @ the song! Perfect.

htownM5 2nd March 2009 01:51

Nice win!! Getting it on tape while racing him....priceless!

Thanks for posting

bodaddy 2nd March 2009 01:56

Wow. Apparently numbers dont tell the whole story. Darren your car is awesome! Great win. Thanks for the video!

xraym5 2nd March 2009 02:00

Nice run, Darren; thanks for the vid! I think this might actually support Dinan's argument that a high flow fan is necessary for accurate dyno readings when looking at some of their mods. There is absolutely no way that your car is producing only 456rwhp. I am a bit concerned, however, as the stroker has dynoed much higher than that in the past. http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e60...v10-dynod.html

Anyway, this does go to show that real world results are ultimately those that really matter.

KILLZBUGZ 2nd March 2009 02:23

Nice Kill!


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