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Hey Guys,

Just wanted to let you guys know that we do have proven software for the E39 M5. We have done software for cars with all applications such as Intake, Exhaust, Headers, Pulleys, etc. Whatever the case may be we do have the right software for you.

Let me know what you guys think. Remember this discount is for all members regardless of how many people purchase. :byebye:

Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

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those are impressive numbers. Am i correct to assume your comparison dynos are changes made to the same car; i.e did you remove the dinan software and cai and install your product and re-dyo, or are they two distinctly different cars? If they're the same car, that is impressive stuff, if they're different cars, well, i wouldn't say the data is meaningless, but it certainly isn't as powerful.
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one other thing, would you guys consider releasing the oil cooler as a stand alone item? Those of us who take our M5's to the track would appreciate it!
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mottati said:
those are impressive numbers. Am i correct to assume your comparison dynos are changes made to the same car; i.e did you remove the dinan software and cai and install your product and re-dyo, or are they two distinctly different cars? If they're the same car, that is impressive stuff, if they're different cars, well, i wouldn't say the data is meaningless, but it certainly isn't as powerful.
Mike
The test were not done to the same car. Both test were in similar conditions both on our MUSTANG dyno here in Miami w/ temp. over 95 degrees. Both cars had similar mileage when tested. Yes you are right the data may be a little different from one car to another by 4-5 rwhp. We were trying to provide you with some actual dynos, instead of just promising something and not showing it.

As far as the oil cooler, the oil cooler is used for the blowers which use a special oil of their own. Unlike other systems we have a seperate cooling system for the supercharger oil. Hope this helps somewhat.
 

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As far as the oil cooler, the oil cooler is used for the blowers which use a special oil of their own. Unlike other systems we have a seperate cooling system for the supercharger oil. Hope this helps somewhat.
So you don't mess with the engine oil cooler?
Mike
 
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