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    Stock E92 M3 DCT - 93 octane - MS filter 351WHP/262WTQ Dynapack

    Today I dynoed my car to baseline before the tuning and modifications being.

    -2009 M3 DCT, 9200 miles
    -93 octane, none of this cali 91 BS
    -100 degree shop temp.
    -No trickery, straight up gear ratios input along with final drive for DCT. Tried 3rd and 4th with same results. Ended up sticking with 3rd. Oil temp climbed a little too high with 4th pulls with no realfan.
    -Installed RPi scoops on the dyno with a low speed 10mph fan and got a 3whp gain. ended up with 354 whp - graph for that coming soon.
    -Hotlapped the car with no fans 4 times and barely lost ANY whp (2-3whp variance) Click here to enlarge

    The baseline graph red is from disabling ABS but NOT enabling dyno mode, the car made $#@! power. You need to trip the airbag light by driving at 1500-2k rpms for a few minutes. It appears the car does not go full throttle or full power, as the curve is the same but the car sounds and feel different, like 60% throttle.

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    I'm going for 410whp on 93, high 11s, that's my goal.

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    You have a very lofty goal! 410 whp is not going to be easy on pump. I don't believe any bolt on car has cracked 400 whp.

    Don't know too much about dynapacks but it seems to read close to a dynojet.

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    400+ has been done 3 or 4 times on 91 so far. JonMartin, Vic55 etc. Just takes a good tune Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    400+ has been done 3 or 4 times on 91 so far. JonMartin, Vic55 etc. Just takes a good tune Click here to enlarge
    On a dynojet?

    I think on a DD with correction it has been done but what about outside of that?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    On a dynojet?

    I think on a DD with correction it has been done but what about outside of that?
    I have not seen dynojet results, I've seen it on a dyno dynamics, dynapak (which I'm using)

    With 70whp gains in delta between stock and tuned +bolt ons seen on the G dyno with bolt ons (300whp-370whp), and my baseline pretty much being in the 355 range, you don't think it will touch 400 bolted on?

    We'll have to see?

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    351whp, and 262wtq seem pretty impressive. Doesnt that motor make 295tq at the motor? Good luck with the future mods. Look foward to seeing what you end up with power wise. You maybe better off just going with a sc since other mods will end up to maybe what an sc kit costs. As before good luck either way. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    351whp, and 262wtq seem pretty impressive. Doesnt that motor make 295tq at the motor? Good luck with the future mods. Look foward to seeing what you end up with power wise. You maybe better off just going with a sc since other mods will end up to maybe what an sc kit costs. As before good luck either way. Click here to enlarge
    I will be done and done for probably under $2k, we'll see Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    I will be done and done for probably under $2k, we'll see Click here to enlarge
    What parts do you plan on adding to hit about 400whp, and what tune? Also how soon do you plan on doing this?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    What parts do you plan on adding to hit about 400whp, and what tune? Also how soon do you plan on doing this?
    Pretty simple.

    Drop in filter
    Gintani 18% pulley
    Gintani axleback
    Primary cat delete out of stock x pipe
    RPI Scoops
    Custom street/dyno tune between myself and OE Tuning with V3 VANOS logic
    93 Octane E10

    If I can't manage it, I will work on the X pipe some more.

    I'm going to dyno and do this in stages, same dyno, and same operator (me). So it will be a slow process. Next week I am going to install the exhaust and apply the base tune. Then Pulley/cat delete. I am trying to do the cat delete last.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    Pretty simple.

    Drop in filter
    Gintani 18% pulley
    Gintani axleback
    Primary cat delete out of stock x pipe
    RPI Scoops
    Custom street/dyno tune between myself and OE Tuning with V3 VANOS logic
    93 Octane E10

    If I can't manage it, I will work on the X pipe some more.

    I'm going to dyno and do this in stages, same dyno, and same operator (me). So it will be a slow process. Next week I am going to install the exhaust and apply the base tune. Then Pulley/cat delete. I am trying to do the cat delete last.
    Nice. I look foward to the results.
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    Thanks, I look forward to sharing.

    Our biggest advantage here is our octane content - so much more can be done with it vs. 91 blend.

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    blehh California and its 91 x.x, cant wait for results as well
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    I have not seen dynojet results, I've seen it on a dyno dynamics, dynapak (which I'm using)

    With 70whp gains in delta between stock and tuned +bolt ons seen on the G dyno with bolt ons (300whp-370whp), and my baseline pretty much being in the 355 range, you don't think it will touch 400 bolted on?

    We'll have to see?
    The baseline is fine I just have not seen a 400 whp dynojet run with bolt on's on pump.

    These motors realistically have about 40 whp with bolt on's, tops. We have seen some optimistic claims which have been supported by dyno runs but from dynos that run correction factors, as in, dyno dynamics.

    Why don't more people run in shootout mode is what I want to know?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    The baseline is fine I just have not seen a 400 whp dynojet run with bolt on's on pump.

    These motors realistically have about 40 whp with bolt on's, tops. We have seen some optimistic claims which have been supported by dyno runs but from dynos that run correction factors, as in, dyno dynamics.

    Why don't more people run in shootout mode is what I want to know?
    But I'm not using a dynojet, and no correction factors here. Plus about 1-2 more timing advance for 93 octane and slightly leaner AFR's Click here to enlarge

    Shootout mode is only on dyno dynamics only...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    But I'm not using a dynojet, and no correction factors here. Plus about 1-2 more timing advance for 93 octane and slightly leaner AFR's Click here to enlarge

    Shootout mode is only on dyno dynamics only...
    Yes I know, I was asking more of a general question as to why most DD people don't use shootout mode.

    I look forward to your dynapack results, since it is a hub dyno I would not doubt you cracking 400 whp on it.

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    Goal achieved.

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    Car made 340whp on 93 octane on this dyno bone stock - great delta. Dyno reads average.

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    Most impressive part is 3 back to back runs it made 407, 405, then 403. Hotlapped! And we don't have a great fan setup.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    Pretty simple.

    Drop in filter
    Gintani 18% pulley
    Gintani axleback
    Primary cat delete out of stock x pipe
    RPI Scoops
    Custom street/dyno tune between myself and OE Tuning with V3 VANOS logic
    93 Octane E10

    If I can't manage it, I will work on the X pipe some more.

    I'm going to dyno and do this in stages, same dyno, and same operator (me). So it will be a slow process. Next week I am going to install the exhaust and apply the base tune. Then Pulley/cat delete. I am trying to do the cat delete last.
    Last edited by BrenM3; 10-02-2010 at 05:40 PM.

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    Nice!! Took a while but you have what you wanted!

    Big question is, whens the s/c going on? Click here to enlarge

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    I've just been too lazy to post the results till today Click here to enlarge

    I have a chronological order, I did each part and modded it one by one dyno one by one.

    N/A for me, for now!

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    Awesome power there! 400hp is achievable, I also made 404hp with bolt-ons.

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    Wow, so 400 whp?

    If it read 340 whp stock sounds like it reads about like a dynojet.

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    Yes, 340whp stock on 93 octane. Some as low as 330whp.

    407.7whp, highest results I've seen to date from bolt ons. Especially considering I run a stock X pipe with secondary cats still in place.

    404whp from vic55, and JonMartin got 407whp.

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    Our mod list was almost exactly the same lol good stuff.
    Kees on M5 Board is my bitch....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JonMartin Click here to enlarge
    Our mod list was almost exactly the same lol good stuff.
    haha i did PM you about the X pipe back in the day. I'm too cheap for a good one.

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    Oh ya i forgot.. Need to stop drinking
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