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Old 4th July 2006, 10:31   #1
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Gruppe M intake

Apparently this was released sometime last week.

http://www.gruppem.co.jp/application...mw_e60_m5.htm#

That's one freaking expensive intake.
So who wants to be first to try it and tell us if it works?
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Old 4th July 2006, 11:18   #2
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That doesn't show me much....Im designing my own incorperating K&N filtering media, yes ram air to work after 50 MPH...are their any more pics????
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Old 4th July 2006, 11:40   #3
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Gruppe M make parts with outstanding quality but are pricey...a buddy of mine has a Gruppe M intake and exhaust on his 355 and it sounds just like an F1 car!...they seem to use carbon kevlar in everything haha
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These intakes will give you at least 100hp measured by the dyno-but-o-meter.
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These intakes will give you at least 100hp measured by the dyno-but-o-meter.
Are you sure you didn't type wrong? 100?
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Are you sure you didn't type wrong? 100?
the dyno-but-o-meter.. is not a very reliable tool, but I would think that getting the loudest exhaust out there would also add many butt-felt-horses, but not that many real ones.
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there's also

the wallet felt horses, those that must be there 'cause you spent the money.
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I'll let you all know when mine are done, a hell of a-lot cheaper....k&n good stuff..................
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the dyno-but-o-meter.. is not a very reliable tool, but I would think that getting the loudest exhaust out there would also add many butt-felt-horses, but not that many real ones.
LOL Ok let's cut the bs with the dyno-but-o meter or wallet o meter, brain o meter, chick-o-meter...or whatever meter. How many real hp would you think it will add? BHP?
And how much would it cost?
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That doesn't show me much....Im designing my own incorperating K&N filtering media, yes ram air to work after 50 MPH...are their any more pics????

Bahhh...E55's don't race after 50 mph! Won't do us any good there.
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