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    • New S85 V10 and E60 M5 horsepower record set by Gintani supercharged Stage I E60 M5 - 646 wheel horsepower on a Dynojet

      Congratulations to Gintani for setting a new S85 V10 horsepower record with their E60 M5 Stage I supercharger kit. You may recall in December of last year the completed kit was announced and a dynograph from a Dyno Dynamics was posted showing 530 wheel horsepower. BimmerBoost stated these numbers at around 6.5 psi of boost would be in the ~600 wheel horsepower range only for some fanboys running a competing kit to snicker.


      Well, a new horsepower record has been set with 7.2 psi of boost on a Dynojet showing 646 wheel horsepower in STD correction. Very, very impressive results for a fairly mild Stage I kit. Additional modifications on the car are secondary cat delete and Eisenmann rear section. The headers are stock.

      There is no Stage II kit being offered at the moment although it may come later.

      Congratulations to Gintani. Dynographs, pictures, and video below.







      This article was originally published in forum thread: Gintani E60 M5 Stage 1 Supercharger Kit 7.0 - 7.2 psi started by Sales@Gintani.com View original post
      Comments 35 Comments
      1. disruptv's Avatar
        disruptv -
        holy $#@!
      1. disruptv's Avatar
        disruptv -
        can you list what this this car has in terms of mods...what is in a stg 1 kit versus a stg 2 and pricing?

        thnx and good luck
      1. MSIZZLE's Avatar
        MSIZZLE -
        wow good stuff!! does that mean a stage 2 will be over 700whp!!
      1. Sales@Gintani.com's Avatar
        Sales@Gintani.com -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
        can you list what this this car has in terms of mods...what is in a stg 1 kit versus a stg 2 and pricing?

        thnx and good luck

        For now, we are not offering a Stage 2 kit. We are very happy with the gains for the stage 1 at the moment. The Stage 1 kit is $15995, but we are currently having a special for in house installs for $13500. ( this special pricing is only for in house installs, if not local you will have to send in vehicle)

        As for the vehicle in particular, the current mods are Eisenmann Rear section, Oem x-pipe and headers, secondary cats are removed.
      1. Black Sheep's Avatar
        Black Sheep -
        Looks good
      1. LostMarine's Avatar
        LostMarine -
        DAMN!!
      1. fastgti69's Avatar
        fastgti69 -
        That's pretty awesome. 650 is a lot, that's the same place I hit 415whp.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        646 whp... and some idiot on M5board said the dyno dynamics doesn't read that low and this would not equate to ~600 whp on a dynojet. Uh huh:

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Stage I delivers 6.5-7.0 psi of boost from a Vortech blower (self-contained oil) good for gains on the Gintani Dyno Dynamics of 165 wheel horsepower over the baselnie. Keep in mind the Dyno Dynamics reads lower than a Dynojet so the peak figure of 530.4 wheel horsepower would likely rise to around ~600 wheel range on a dynojet.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Congratulations to Gintani for setting a new S85 V10 horsepower record with their E60 M5 Stage I supercharger kit. You may recall in December of last year the completed kit was announced and a dynograph from a Dyno Dynamics was posted showing 530 wheel horsepower. BimmerBoost stated these numbers at around 6.5 psi of boost would be in the ~600 wheel horsepower range only for some fanboys running a competing kit to snicker.

        Click here to enlarge

        Well, a new horsepower record has been set with 7.2 psi of boost on a Dynojet showing 646 wheel horsepower in STD correction. Very, very impressive results for a fairly mild Stage I kit. Additional modifications on the car are secondary cat delete and Eisenmann rear section. The headers are stock.

        There is no Stage II kit being offered at the moment although it may come later.

        Congratulations to Gintani. Dynographs, pictures, and video below.

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      1. Mo@CrazyRidez's Avatar
        Mo@CrazyRidez -
        Looks really good...
      1. aaaaaaa's Avatar
        aaaaaaa -
        At last there is something S65 owners can look forward to. Yes there are other kits, but why get the other kit when this kit has as much WHP as the other kit produces to the flywheel at the same price? And sticky the owner said he has stock headers on. With catless headers this would be at the 660whp range. Congrats to Gintani and the team and hope to see more products for all the range from you guys.
      1. aaaaaaa's Avatar
        aaaaaaa -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by aaaaaaa Click here to enlarge
        At last there is something ​S85 owners can look forward to. Yes there are other kits, but why get the other kit when this kit has as much WHP as the other kit produces to the flywheel at the same price? And sticky the owner said he has stock headers on. With catless headers this would be at the 660whp range. Congrats to Gintani and the team and hope to see more products for all the range from you guys.
        TYPO S85 NOT S65
      1. 0-60Motorsports's Avatar
        0-60Motorsports -
        Very Nice! COngrats! Thats some wicked power Click here to enlarge
      1. 5soko's Avatar
        5soko -
        IMPRESSIVE! That's some balls! and 13K for a in house install with the kit! awesome work.
      1. benzy89's Avatar
        benzy89 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Very, very impressive results for a fairly mild Stage I kit. Additional modifications on the car are headers, secondary cat delete, and Eisenmann rear section.
        Articles got the wrong info & is taking away from the credibility of the Gintani S85 kit. It's basically the blower & an exhaust rear section with a secondary cat delete.

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sales@Gintani.com Click here to enlarge
        As for the vehicle in particular, the current mods are Eisenmann Rear section, Oem x-pipe and headers, secondary cats are removed.
        Upgrade to the Evolve Tubular Headers & catless X-Pipe and you'll get an additional bump in the performance. Def has potential to be an upper-600 WHP car.
      1. StinkyM's Avatar
        StinkyM -
        Doesn't GPower have the record? Am I missing something?
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by aaaaaaa Click here to enlarge
        And sticky the owner said he has stock headers on.
        I've seen two different things so not sure...
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
        Articles got the wrong info & is taking away from the credibility of the Gintani S85 kit. It's basically the blower & an exhaust rear section with a secondary cat delete.
        My bad OEM headers. Easy there just a quick edit needed.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by StinkyM Click here to enlarge
        Doesn't GPower have the record? Am I missing something?
        I haven't seen any dynojet graph from G-power which is higher? Unless you mean built motor stages but I haven't seen dynojet graphs for them either...
      1. benzy89's Avatar
        benzy89 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by StinkyM Click here to enlarge
        Doesn't GPower have the record? Am I missing something?
        GPower usually doesn't provide dyno graphs, but the "Hurricane RR" package is supposed to be the most powerful (and fastest) S85 BMW, but it's also a built motor (straight off GPower's website)
        The inner workings of the 10-cylinder, four-valve engine are optimised by light, precisely balanced MAHLE high-performance forged pistons with lower compression and increased mechanical strength. As the standard connecting rods and piston pins were equally not up to the considerably increased forces, here too, recourse was had to special parts.