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post #1 of 6 Old 26th April 2013, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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M5 rear wheel hp (stock)

Hi:
I need to know what the rear wheel hp on a stock f10 m5.

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There are quite a few posts both by Forum members and the sponsoring exhaust, tune and specialty parts vendors. Just do a search and you will find quite a few.
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It depends on the type of dyno, dyno operator, correction factor, ambient temp, humidity, air pressure in the tires etc. etc. etc.

Basically, you can get any number that you like from a dyno. Even higher than the crank HP.
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Honestly? Go find out!

Cause you are going to get figures from 500 to 650 here!


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Honestly? Go find out!

Cause you are going to get figures from 500 to 650 here!
LOOOOOL TRUE!!! Or maybe 700! Of what i remember its about 480-490 whp . Thats tested with the same dyno BMW uses in their factory, MAHA LPS3000
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Dynojet 543 whp stock on my car.

Yes, there is a lot of variance in reported numbers.
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