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post #71 of 76 Old 19th May 2019, 11:56 AM
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Could anyone please post the info from teh facebook page on here please?

Well done Mr Olias - an excellent achievement

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Could anyone please post the info from teh facebook page on here please?

Well done Mr Olias - an excellent achievement
Sharkfan search The BMW E34 M5 Club on FB, you'll find it

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Sharkfan search The BMW E34 M5 Club on FB, you'll find it
I, like a lot of people, am not on Facebook so can't see any information on there.

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You are not on facebook And I thought I was unique.......how disappointing
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Hahahahaha , even my Mum is on Facebook .

That said , I envy the self control and freetime of those that are not .

Meanwhile the S38B42 stroker is now up and running , putting out 436.6 bhp and 379.8 lb-ft / 514.94 Nm of Torque

It's running a standalone ecu , no Maf , and a carbon airbox amongst other bits and pieces .

It's been a long time in the making , with numerous hiccups along the way , but well worth the effort .

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Hahahahaha , even my Mum is on Facebook .

That said , I envy the self control and freetime of those that are not .

Meanwhile the S38B42 stroker is now up and running , putting out 436.6 bhp and 379.8 lb-ft / 514.94 Nm of Torque

It's running a standalone ecu , no Maf , and a carbon airbox amongst other bits and pieces .

It's been a long time in the making , with numerous hiccups along the way , but well worth the effort .

D

OK Facebook is there, but the quality does not work on M5BOARD, with all the would-be pros. Shame about the dying board.

Wow, that's almost 124Nm per liter. That even BMW did not achieve in the 400 hp Dubai version.
You are the biggest tuner, ever. This is world record.
It does not mean Turbos or the other blasted car´s

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