Stock CL65 dyno results...
My car now has 16,000 miles on it. Finally had a chance to get it up on the ol' dynojet. I was very pleasantly surprised with the numbers: 559 rwhp 670 rw ftlbs
Even without the 1% SAE correction, the car made 550 rwhp and 660 ft lbs. I am the 2nd owner, but I have no evidence that the car was tuned previously. I know for a fact the 155mph limiter is still intact, as you can see by the curve dropping off at 5200 rpm in 4th gear.
Even the A/F ratio was spot on, definitely not as rich as I expected for a stock tune. We had to use the optical sensor with a piece of tape on the harmonic balancer to pick up RPM, and finding a vacuum line to measure boost just wasn't possible.
The car trapped at 120 mph in the quarter previously, at curb weight of 4600 lbs with abysmal traction here in Houston (at sea level.)
2002 M5 Sterling Grey/Caramel/Bruyere, Rotrex twin supercharged, 2.65 gear, Brembos, KW Variant 3, B&B Triflow/X pipe, Alpha N running with Stock ECU, Stainless Brake Lines, 4 Rear Wheels, Upgraded F&R Shock mounts, Billet Throttle body gaskets, AA LTW Flywheel/Clutch
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