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Old 6th October 2006, 21:25   #1
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M5 Beast Now M5 SUPER Beast thanks to ASR Engineering

Just finished mods on my 2006 M5 - The car was fast before but now it is just a MONSTER, a SUPER BEAST just f***ing nuts.
ASR engineering did the mods/ Install - Active Autowerke did the ECU upgrade - Abid from ASR flew in from Miami and truly impressed me with his knowledge of the V-10 and all its systems as well as his professionalism.

AA ecu upgrade
150 shot NOS
custom air filters - much more flow
removed charcoal filters.


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Old 6th October 2006, 21:36   #2
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NOOOOOSS!!

we need videos of the speedo in full blast mode.
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Wow!! That should be fast!!!
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FULL Boost ; close to 660HP
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Could you tell us a bit more about the custom air filters, please. Sounds like a mod I could handle.

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Is the NOS setup so that it could be removed without a trace in the event of a warranty claim?
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NOS? heh
We need action videos!
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The Air/filter box is fed with fresh air from 2 area - one coming from a tube from the lower front spoiler and the other from a tube coming from the front grill - ( this is done for each of the left and right air/ filter boxes).

A filter is fabricated for each of these tubes and riveted in to postion inside these 4 tubes - in the end you will have 4 "mini" filters installed - the air box will have the stock filters removed . the US cars have 2 sets of stock filters - one Charcoal and one "regular" .
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The Air/filter box is fed with fresh air from 2 area - one coming from a tube from the lower front spoiler and the other from a tube coming from the front grill - ( this is done for each of the left and right air/ filter boxes).

A filter is fabricated for each of these tubes and riveted in to postion inside these 4 tubes - in the end you will have 4 "mini" filters installed - the air box will have the stock filters removed . the US cars have 2 sets of stock filters - one Charcoal and one "regular" .
congrats!

he did mine too. should have over 700hp with my setup. i blew my cousins sl65 like it was standing still. just in second gear roll i jumped him over a car length. abid was in the car with me when we did it. third gear at 60 mph which everyone knows is crap at that mph not enough torque. with the nos on in third at 60mph i let the sl65 hit it first then i hit it and still pulled hard on him and past him again.

worth every penny.
first and second gears are crazy fast.

thanks abid! my system is fully hidden.
now time to smoke the competition more than any other time.

ran it again today, installed a bottle heater with set temps to keep it at 1050 at all times plus lets you know bottle pressure.

also added aem air fuel meter to make sure car is running perfect. nos fully on, aem is proving it's running perfect. never lean. always at the 11.0 mark give or take.
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