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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 03:41 PM
    The BMW M badge really doesn't mean much any longer. It's been diluted to the point that when you see it on a car and often on a non-M car it hardly even gets your attention. I mean, they put M decals and badges all over the 2-Series Active Tourer so BMW doesn't give a crap at this point. If you're going to sell out, sell out harder BMW. Make an M version of your new FWD 1-Series sedan. Let's just take a big piss on the M badge while lighting hundred bills on fire? Who cares? While you're at it, put M badges on some Mini Coopers too. Maybe a Rolls Royce M? Maybe start selling M badged toilet paper? That way we can truly wipe our ass with the badge just as you have.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 09:01 AM
    While direct fuel injection brings with it certain upsides such as greater fuel economy and higher compression ratios on pump fuel there are downsides to the technology as well. One such downside is carbon buildup which you see on the intake valves. This is why walnut blasting to clear out carbon deposits is popular maintenance especially considering buildup can and will reduce engine output. Not to mention if it gets severe enough it will cause other problems. Newer motors are better about this (especially engines with dual injection systems where fuel sprayed on the backside of intake valves helps keep them clean) but anyone with a direct fuel injected motor would be wise to monitor their carbon buildup situation. You don't want that much gunk just sitting in your motor, do you? The photo is from carbon deposits removed from a VW TSI engine with 78k miles.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-19-2016, 09:31 AM
    Running 10's in the 1/4 mile by the F80 M3 and F82 M4 platforms has been done over and over. The thing is, the cars doing it are all DCT (dual clutch transmission) models. There is only one exception and that would be this 6-speed manual F80 M3 from TPG Tuning. The car is tuned by Jordan of @RK-Tunes and runs a flash tune along with a BMS JB4 piggyback. The turbos are upgraded to Xona Rotor Green Turbochargers. Fuel is MS109 race gas. The result? Here: For some reason someone thought it would be a good idea to upload a slip at such a low resolution as to be unreadable but here are the numbers: 60 FT - 1.5399 330 FT - 4.5682 1/8th ET - 7.0202 1/8th MPH - 102.23 1000 ET - 9.1173 1000 MPH - 116.52 1/4 ET - 10.8695 1/4 MPH - 129.42 Excellent numbers and some great driving as evidence by the 60 foot, 1/8 mile, and 1/4 mile marks. Will this car be pushed further? Apparently E85 may be up next but with crank hub issues on the motor scaring everyone maybe they stop here.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 09:00 AM
    While direct fuel injection brings with it certain upsides such as greater fuel economy and higher compression ratios on pump fuel there are downsides to the technology as well. One such downside is carbon buildup which you see on the intake valves. This is why walnut blasting to clear out carbon deposits is popular maintenance especially considering buildup can and will reduce engine output. Not to mention if it gets severe enough it will cause other problems. Newer motors are better about this (especially engines with dual injection systems where fuel sprayed on the backside of intake valves helps keep them clean) but anyone with a direct fuel injected motor would be wise to monitor their carbon buildup situation. You don't want that much gunk just sitting in your motor, do you? The photo is from carbon deposits removed from a VW TSI engine with 78k miles.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 10:14 AM
    Many in the Gen V Viper world would have you believe this is impossible. One such group is Calvo Motorsports and their tuner Collin Murphy who states a Motec is the only possible way to tune a Gen V Viper twin turbo. Is that because their Motec based twin turbo kit costs $55k and he makes more money tuning a Motec? The Stage 6 Motorsports Stock ECU tuned kit retails for $19,999.99. In other words, less than half the price of the Calvo Motorsports setup. Is a Motec worth another $35k? It certainly isn't providing double the horsepower: Stage 6 Motorsports hit 1002 wheel horsepower on 93 octane pump gas at only 9 psi of boost. This is tuned using HP Tuners which Calvo Motorsports and their tuner claim can not properly be done: Keep in mind many early on, especially those who were selling Arrow heads/cam kits, stated HP Tuners and the stock ecu would not be able to properly tune a Viper with an aftermarket cam. A&C performance proved that wrong by producing the world's most powerful naturally aspirated Viper and it is tuned through the factory ECU. Pretty much all Viper twin turbo kits use a standalone ECU but this pushes the turbo kit price of entry well over $40k. At less than half that price and with quadruple digit power with stock ECU tuning suddenly the Viper becomes a tuning bargain. Keep in mind HP Tuners is continually evolving as will stock ECU tuning on the platform (just like any platform) which is a good thing. Well, a good thing for consumers and not necessarily the bottom line of certain tuners such a Calvo Motorsports' Collin Murphy. When searching for aftermarket products it is often difficult to separate what is the truth from what is best for a tuner's pockets. In this case, it is definitely possible to produce forced induction setups on the stock ECU as D3PE's supercharger system already demonstrates. It's up to the consumer to decide if a standalone ECU and the features/benefits that come with it are worth the additional cost. Don't let a tuner mislead you into spending more than you need to. Don't dismiss the ingenuity and capability of tuners who tune on the stock ecu either.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 08:50 AM
    This is a bolt on E82 135i from EMP Tuning. Just a full bolt on N54 running E40 ethanol and 17 psi. It goes up against some interesting cars including a supercharged E39 M5 S62 V8 with the ESS-Tuning kit, a bolt on Mustang GT, APR tuned MKVII Golf R, and the new Red Sport Q50 from Infiniti. Let's start with the first run in the first video. The M5 is said to make 500 wheel horsepower which is about the range for a higher boost (9 psi) supercharged E39 M5 with meth. The S62 engine is pretty darn old and outdated at this point and it isn't a powerhouse. Still, a 5.0 liter V8 with boost shouldn't have too much trouble with a bolt on 135i. The M5 gets crushed. Next up is a bolt on 2015 Mustang GT which like the M5 also has a 5.0 liter V8. Unlike the M5 it is not boosted and is running in naturally aspirated form. It does have an E85 ethanol tune. The Mustang does much better than the M5 and it is a close race. Basically, this goes to show that the Coyote engine is superior to the old S62 V8 in the M5. E39 M5 owners will remain delusional and sit on M5board thinking their cars are stronger than they really are. Next up is an APR bolt on tuned MKVII Golf R DSG. The Golf R has a smaller 2.0 liter four-cylinder compared to the 135i and the all wheel drive adds weight. In a roll race like this the 135i has the advantage. It shows. The final run features the new Infiniti Red Sport with its 400 horsepower VR30DDTT turbocharged V6. It's pretty stout as in stock form it puts down 374 horsepower to the wheels which means it is underrated. That is not enough power in stock form to beat a tuned N54 in a lighter E82 135i chassis. The Infiniti is going to need some upgrades and it will be interesting to see how the aftermarket for it takes shape.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-16-2016, 11:51 PM
    Congrats to BimmerBoost member @allmotor_2000 for continuing to push the F10 M5 and S63TU V8 platform. As a quick reminder, this is the quickest and fastest F10 M5 in the world running 9.9 @ 140 in the 1/4 mile. Previously on Pure Stage 2 turbochargers he made 847 wheel horsepower and 862 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. Well, now he has another 10 (11 if you round 857.99 up) horsepower and 14 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. He's not done yet either. 28 psi is a lot of boost but somebody has to be the one to crack that 9XX wheel horsepower barrier. This still is a 1000+ horsepower M5 at the crank which is incredible. Looks like he'll be breaking his own 1/4 mile record soon and it will be interesting to see if any more power can be squeezed out or if Pure Turbos has something else up their sleeves for the S63TU.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 11:27 AM
    Well, this is big news in the M156 V8 scene! To be honest, the M156 V8 aftermarket became somewhat boring with no new developments and only superchargers available. That is all about to change with Eurocharged bringing a W204 C63 AMG twin turbo kit to market. You might be saying, didn't someone else try to turbocharge the M156/M159 platform? Yes, back in 2012 World Motorsports talked a bit of trash on the forums about their SLS AMG M159 turbo kit but that project ended with a whimper and has not been heard from since. Eurocharged's twin turbo kit will fit the W204 C63 AMG and they also started to work on an M156 E63 AMG. What are the specs on their C63? As follows: The engine is a built M156 (6.2L). - Custom CP Pistons (lower compression than stock) - Carrillo Rods - Custom ARP Head Studs - SLS Black Series Valve Buckets - CNC Ported Race Heads - 650cc Injectors The turbos are Precision GEN2 PT6062 CEA - Dual Ceramic Ball Bearing - 60mm Compressor Wheel - 66mm Wastegate Outlet - T3 V-BAND Flange - 3" Turbine Inlet Housing Their project car is a built motor W204 C63 M156 making over 700 wheel horsepower on 93 octane pump gas at 8 psi of boost. Impressive considering it is also lower compression than stock. In addition it has the following modifications: Tial WasteGates Tial Blow Off Valves Quaife LSD Custom Intercooler and custom fabricated piping Custom 7 gallon Intercooler Tank that is mounted in the trunk Built transmission rated at 1000 ft-lb. Yes, this kit will be available for stock motor cars although you can not expect built motor numbers. This kit is going to make over 800 wheel horsepower on the Eurocharged C63 but they simply ran out of fuel: They will add two additional injectors and go for 800+ soon. We do not have the dyno graphs yet as they are obviously still working on it and making changes: Regarding other M156 platforms an E63 is being built but a CLS63 will likely work as well. In theory the cars with larger engine bays than the C63 will work. An ML63 for example would be quite interesting to see. More details to come but this certainly adds excitement to the M156 forced induction scene. We should have dyno graphs to share soon.
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  • DOCRace's Avatar
    07-21-2016, 03:40 PM
    Well this is as big as we can go with the current manifold design and location. Took the tapped out Comp 6465BB and installed the PTE6870 which is their newest bad boy turbo packed in a small frame turbo. I got the 1.15A/R which I planned on using with a built motor. Since that might not all be together for a while I was just itching to install it so I did yesterday. Note to anyone wanting to run this exact turbo (1.15A/R) with our manifold: It fits but you might have to trim the engine cover, bend the heat shield, remove some of the factory chassis glue. The housing is huge compared to the standard **66 1.00A/R. I made it all fit without cutting the engine cover and also installed the new DOC Race lava turbo blanket. First off I just want to say there have been a lot of horror stories about Comp turbos. I may have just gotten a lucky one but this turbo has been super reliable. The only thing that did annoy me was there was oil coming out of the compressor housing and made it look bad when I showed people the car. Other than that it made 750whp on race gas. I put a good 10K miles, some race but mostly pump and never had an issue with it other than the oil in the compressor. First impressions after install: At first start up it was a lot louder so I can definitely tell the exhaust is now really moving. Took it out for a spin to burn off all the oil left from handling the exhaust parts and yes, it has quite a bit more lag which is what I was expecting. Got it back to the shop, checked everything again. Also noticed that once I turned the engine off the turbo spun for much longer than the Comp. I would say it spun for almost a good minute. Took it out for another spin. This time took it up higher in rpm and boost logging everything this time. Again, this thing sounds like a different car. Much louder and again more lag. Was able to log a couple runs. A/F was spot on still so I feel safe enough to at least drive around town low boost. 4th gear I was about to reach 20psi at 3850rpm. I wouldn't say that's too bad. With the Comp 6465 I was able to get 20psi by 3300rpm. So forget about all this low boost talk, what does this really mean? I talked to Andy at AD-Engineering and he's going to try to squeeze me in for a tune also adding a couple other things that I will mention later :naughty: AD-Engineering and Horsepower Barn have a few cars going to Shift Sector 1/2mi race in Oregon in Spet. 10-11 which I will be attending as well so we will be seeing some fast BMW's out there. I will keep everyone updated on the tune.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:30 PM
    A 600 horsepower F10 M5 sounds pretty nice, doesn't it? Well, that is what this Competition M5 happens to be with its 600 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque S63TU engine. Is that worth the $142,696 asking price? No way in hell. First of all, the F10 M5 is underrated to begin with and already makes 600 horsepower although this version is slightly stronger. If a few more horsepower matters to you why not just get an aftermarket tune and considerably exceed this output anyway? The F10 M5 does not exactly hold its value once you drive it off the lot. All this Competition Edition happens to be is an M5 equipped with the Competition Package and a different tune for a premium. They might as well call it the Sucker Edition. Arbitrarily limiting this car to 200 units for Europe and offering a couple new paint colors is not how you make a special edition special. Yes, the US does not get this car but gets it own special edition that is basically the exact same thing showing this recipe is not unique at all. BMWUSA will offer 50 Pure Metal Silver M5's. This version also has 600 horsepower and and 516 lb-ft of torque which is an increase of 25 horsepower and 15 lb-ft of torque over the Competition Package. How does BMW arrive at this increase? New software. Why in the world would anyone overpay for BMW software they can flash into any M5? In the old days a special edition from BMW M required new pistons, new rods, a stroker crank, weight being stripped out, fancy air intakes, revised suspension components, new aerodynamics, etc. Now it's just new software with the same old hardware and people eat it up. They'll find 200 idiots in Europe. They'll find another 50 idiots in the US. You can't blame BMW for taking advantage of people willing to piss away over $131k. Munich. The BMW M Division has developed an exclusive special edition of the world’s most successful high-performance business sedan, setting yet another highlight in the current BMW M5 model range. With power output increased to 441 kW/600 hp and a maximum torque of 700 Newton metres, the BMW M5 “Competition Edition” ranks among the most powerful automobiles in the model history of the BMW brand (combined fuel consumption: 9.9 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 231 g/km)*. The BMW M5 “Competition Edition”, which comes as standard with an M dual clutch transmission featuring Drivelogic, sprints from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.9 seconds. A distinctive personalised look, the standard Competition Package and a comprehensive range of optional features render the BMW M5 “Competition Edition”, the production of which is limited to 200, an automobile of exceptionally high value. More power and further enhanced handling characteristics. The familiar 4.4‑litre, high-revving V8 engine featuring path-breaking BMW M TwinPower Turbo technology is the powerful heart of the BMW M5 “Competition Edition”. An increase in boost pressure as well as targeted modifications to the engine management raise the car’s performance vs. the production model by 29 kW/40 hp to 441 kW/600 hp. At the same time, maximum torque has increased by 20 Newton metres to 700 Newton metres. The increase in power output harmonises perfectly with the Competition Package, which is supplied as standard on the BMW M5 “Competition Edition” and noticeably enhances the car’s handling characteristics even further. The Competition Package includes, inter alia, a lowering of the vehicle by 10 millimetres and a firmer setup of spring and damper systems and stabilizers. In conjunction with this modified setup, the specific control setting for the Active M differential fitted as standard on all BMW M5 models ensures further optimized traction. Furthermore, the steering system with an M specific Servotronic function comes with a more direct control map, providing the driver with more precise response and further enhancing the car’s agility in bends. In addition, the M Dynamic Mode of the stability control system DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) has been further aligned to sporty handling characteristics. As a result, the BMW M5 “Competition Edition” guarantees typical M driving dynamics at the highest level both in everyday traffic and on the racetrack, especially when combined with the optional M carbon-ceramic brake system. Exclusive sporty and dynamic look. The BMW M5 “Competition Edition” signalises its extraordinary potential even when at a standstill. The exclusive body colours –100 vehicles in Carbon Black metallic and 100 in Mineral White metallic respectively – strongly emphasise the BMW M5’s sporty, elegant lines. And the 20-inch, forged and polished, double-spoke M light alloy wheels in a Jet Black finish and with mixed tyres (265/35 ZR20 at the front, 295/30 ZR20 at the rear) underscore the car’s outstanding handling characteristics. M Performance parts in carbon such as the rear diffuser, the gurney on the boot lid and the mirror caps set further dynamic accents. The high gloss black kidney grilles and side gills bearing the lettering ”M5 Competition” add the finishing touches to the car's premium appearance. High-quality ambience with sporty accents in the interior. The interior also underscores the uniqueness of the BMW M5 “Competition Edition”. For example, carbon interior trim strips bearing the logo “M5 Competition 1/200” indicate the model’s high-performance qualities and the fact that the BMW M5 “Competition Edition” is just one of the 200 that have been built. The sophisticated interior ambience is strongly characterised by the full leather trim Merino Black with contrast stitching in Opal White and floor mats in Anthracite with leather Merino Opal White bordering. Inside the BMW M5 “Competition Edition”, both driver and front passenger sit in M multifunctional seats, the comprehensive electric adjustment options of which guarantee a perfect balance between comfort and sporty lateral support. Here too, the white lettering “///M5” embroidered on the headrests emphasises the car’s exclusiveness. Further equipment highlights round off the impressive appearance of the ultimate high-performance business sedan: These include the 1,200 watt Bang & Olufsen High End Surround Sound System, BMW Head-Up Display, Comfort Access, Lane Departure Warning or the optional BMW Driving Assistant, heated seats at the front or the through-loading system. The BMW M5 “Competition Edition” is available from 129,500 Euros
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-20-2016, 12:12 PM
    Ah, these are always fun. The old M philosophy vs. the new M philosophy. The S85 V10 being the last ground up M engine design (the S65 V8 is based on this design) and a 5.0 liter naturally aspirated ten cylinder beast that revs past 8000 rpm. With the broad and flat torque curve plus high revs it has an incredible top end. The S55 by contrast does not rev as high and its torque curve drops off earlier. However, despite being a smaller 3.0 liter I6 the turbos provide a huge boost. Heh, get it? The S55 is obviously more tuner friendly and in stock form actually makes similar power to the S85 V10. The M4 is also the lighter car here with more torque and it has a DCT dual clutch transmission instead of an SMG sequential manual. What should happen is the M4's torque and shift speed advantage should give it an edge in the lower gears but the S85 will have the top end advantage. That is exactly how it plays out although it sure takes a lot of ground and going into sixth gear for the M6 to show its high speed advantage. It's a good and close run. If only BMW M boosted the S85 V10... but we can dream. E63 m6 smg Evolve alpha n Evolve long tube headers Eventuri intake Supersprint 1 & 2 section with stock mufflers Turner motorsports pulley 93 oct M4 dct JB4 map 2,downpipe and intake 65 roll - 160 + (m4 couldn't hook in second)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 11:11 AM
    Well, this is big news in the M156 V8 scene! To be honest, the M156 V8 aftermarket became somewhat boring with no new developments and only superchargers available. That is all about to change with Eurocharged bringing a W204 C63 AMG twin turbo kit to market. You might be saying, didn't someone else try to turbocharge the M156/M159 platform? Yes, back in 2012 World Motorsports talked a bit of trash on the forums about their SLS AMG M159 turbo kit but that project ended with a whimper and has not been heard from since. Eurocharged's twin turbo kit will fit the W204 C63 AMG and they also started to work on an M156 E63 AMG. What are the specs on their C63? As follows: The engine is a built M156 (6.2L). - Custom CP Pistons (lower compression than stock) - Carrillo Rods - Custom ARP Head Studs - SLS Black Series Valve Buckets - CNC Ported Race Heads - 650cc Injectors The turbos are Precision GEN2 PT6062 CEA - Dual Ceramic Ball Bearing - 60mm Compressor Wheel - 66mm Wastegate Outlet - T3 V-BAND Flange - 3" Turbine Inlet Housing Their project car is a built motor W204 C63 M156 making over 700 wheel horsepower on 93 octane pump gas at 8 psi of boost. Impressive considering it is also lower compression than stock. In addition it has the following modifications: Tial WasteGates Tial Blow Off Valves Quaife LSD Custom Intercooler and custom fabricated piping Custom 7 gallon Intercooler Tank that is mounted in the trunk Built transmission rated at 1000 ft-lb. Yes, this kit will be available for stock motor cars although you can not expect built motor numbers. This kit is going to make over 800 wheel horsepower on the Eurocharged C63 but they simply ran out of fuel: They will add two additional injectors and go for 800+ soon. We do not have the dyno graphs yet as they are obviously still working on it and making changes: Regarding other M156 platforms an E63 is being built but a CLS63 will likely work as well. In theory the cars with larger engine bays than the C63 will work. An ML63 for example would be quite interesting to see. More details to come but this certainly adds excitement to the M156 forced induction scene. We should have dyno graphs to share soon.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:31 AM
    Anyone remember when some people said you can't boost the Voodoo V8 because it's compression ratio is too high? Yep, those people are dumb. Not only does the Voodoo V8 make insane numbers when boosted it doesn't take a lot of pressure to get great output. 4.5 psi is barely any boost at all. They could easily crank this up even on 93 octane pump gas. With meth injection double digit boost could be hit but we're getting ahead of ourselves. Procharger PS1SC, 4.5 PSI, and 93 octane: They state they will turn up the boost and see what it can really do. Expect an easy 700+ to the wheels. <iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fpalmbeachdyno%2Fvideos%2F1656672971324913%2F&show_text=0&width=560" width="560" height="315" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true" allowFullScreen="true"></iframe>
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-19-2016, 06:41 AM
    The Ferrari 488 GTB with its twin turbo 3.9 liter twin turbo V8 is a big step forward in power (661 horsepower) and torque over the previous naturally aspirated Ferrari V8's. Ferrari rated the 458 Italia naturally aspirated 4.5 liter V8 at 562 horsepower. Dyno results showed less than the claim with 450 horses to the wheels. The 488 GTB makes much more power than this with 535 to the wheels. Whereas the 458 makes only 317 lb-ft of torque to the wheels the 488 GTB produces 495 lb-ft of torque which is a gigantic increase: With a tune from Fabspeed the 488 GTB picks up huge gains with an additional 77 wheel horsepower and 130 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. Very similar to the gains we saw from Powerhaus Performance and their 488 GTB tune except on a different dynamometer and with less torque gained early in the rpm range. While the 488 GTB may be rated higher than the 650S with 661 horsepower on paper it produces less where it matters. The 650S makes an additional 32 horsepower at the wheels but it has less torque than the Ferrari: The 488 GTB in stock form is actually closer to the 570S in horsepower: It is interesting to note that with a tune the 570S and 650S fall short of the 488 GTB namely in the area of low end torque. It is almost as if Ferrari knew they would have to leave horsepower and torque on tap for tuners to unlock to put it on par with the tuned McLarens. The McLaren motor is actually the high revver whereas Ferrari is offering uncharacteristic low end punch. It is somewhat odd Ferrari overrates the output of their V8's. The 488 GTB also suffers from a 21% drivetrain loss figure as he 458 Italia did before it. Obviously the car is not 'losing' 21% of its horsepower so it is simply overrated by Ferrari as the dyno output correlates to 630 horsepower at the crank. In the turbo era, we are used to manufacturer's sandbagging their output and instead of overrating it but Ferrari is Ferrari. Who would have though the 488 GTB would be a torque monster?
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  • Andrew@activeautowerke's Avatar
    07-18-2016, 04:48 PM
    Our AA Intercooler for your M2 is now available! After a couple months of testing they're finally ready for release. Our stepped core intercooler is available in raw aluminum or black and can be installed at home in less than 30 minutes. We tested it on the dyno back to back to log intake temps and the results are below. The baseline intake temp was 89 degrees and by redline the temp had climbed to 144 degrees fahrenheit. We immediately installed our intercooler and with a baseline intake temp of 96 degrees the temperature only rose to 118 degrees at redline. The stock car saw a gain of 55 degrees over the rev range compared to 22 degrees with our intercooler installed. Ambient air temps were 84 degrees and humidity was 67% here in sunny Miami. We test fit and inspect all units after production before shipping. Before each unit is boxed we attach our signature plaque of authenticity with a stamped unique serial number. We guarantee 100% fit and finish with these intercoolers and they're designed to install quickly and easily. Here's a photo of a raw aluminum intercooler installed on an F32 435i
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