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    Evolve Automotive S62 V8 E39 M5 remote tune Headers, Evolve Carbon Fibre Intake, Evolve Alpha N tune , Supersprint Cats/Street Exhaust - 390 whp

    Not bad at all. From 374 whp tune only to 390 whp. Sorry the graph isn't cleaner. Mods: Headers, Evolve Carbon Fibre Intake, Evolve Alpha N tune , Supersprint Cats/Street Exhaust:

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    S62,not S65

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    S62,not S65
    Typo, thanks.

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    And another Evolve n/a monster S62 I built last year:

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    Bear in mind,dynapack reads a bit high(a stock M5 as control car made 330-340 whp on this dyno).

    Fully rebuilt S62 with Schrick cams,Evolve heads,Evolve headers,modified throttle bodies,Evolve Intakes,Evolve Alpha-N
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    And another Evolve n/a monster S62 I built last year:

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...image_13-1.jpg

    Bear in mind,dynapack reads a bit high(a stock M5 as control car made 330-340 whp on this dyno).

    Fully rebuilt S62 with Schrick cams,Evolve heads,Evolve headers,modified throttle bodies,Evolve Intakes,Evolve Alpha-N
    Any idea what this would be a dynojet? 432 whp? Damn.

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    I have same tune on my E39 M5, its great.
    But when I start to look at the hardware cost for that extra 16WHP gain, I cringe.

    Cost for hardware, approx $4000 plus install. For 16WHP. Days like today I miss my N54, it was so cheap to mod!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Any idea what this would be a dynojet? 432 whp? Damn.
    No idea,but the power gain compared to stock is interesting.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    No idea,but the power gain compared to stock is interesting.
    What was the baseline on that dyno?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DubSport Click here to enlarge
    I have same tune on my E39 M5, its great.
    But when I start to look at the hardware cost for that extra 16WHP gain, I cringe.

    Cost for hardware, approx $4000 plus install. For 16WHP. Days like today I miss my N54, it was so cheap to mod!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DubSport Click here to enlarge
    I have same tune on my E39 M5, its great.
    But when I start to look at the hardware cost for that extra 16WHP gain, I cringe.

    Cost for hardware, approx $4000 plus install. For 16WHP. Days like today I miss my N54, it was so cheap to mod!
    This 16whp gain is only from the correct tune for the hardware in the OP.

    Glad you like the Evolve software!

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    To make it even better and elaborate on that dyno. The baseline runs had an Evolve Automotive "canned" tune (I apologize for a lack of better words). The after runs were from refining it further on the dyno.

    So the gains between stock tune to Evolve Tune is even more drastic!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    What was the baseline on that dyno?
    As said,a stock and healthy E39 M5(the car of the dyno owner) puts down 330-340whp on this particular dyno.

    This car made on this dyno before the rebuild a bit shy of 340whp.

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    So the baseline in this graph already included all the nice hardware, but running just the regular Evolve tune? Then re-dyno'd after getting the hardware-specific Evolve tune?
    That would make more sense to me.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DubSport Click here to enlarge
    So the baseline in this graph already included all the nice hardware, but running just the regular Evolve tune? Then re-dyno'd after getting the hardware-specific Evolve tune?
    That would make more sense to me.
    The baseline run includes all the bolt-ons and a regular tune for said bolt-ons.

    The after run includes all the bolt-ons, but a further refined tune for said bolt-ons.

    Basically a custom remote dyno tune done by @evolve on a car with serious bolt-ons and a base Evolve Tune.

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    Amazing how much further you can push these platforms with correct data measurements.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by flipm3 Click here to enlarge
    To make it even better and elaborate on that dyno. The baseline runs had an Evolve Automotive "canned" tune (I apologize for a lack of better words). The after runs were from refining it further on the dyno.

    So the gains between stock tune to Evolve Tune is even more drastic!
    Highly impressive.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    As said,a stock and healthy E39 M5(the car of the dyno owner) puts down 330-340whp on this particular dyno.

    This car made on this dyno before the rebuild a bit shy of 340whp.
    Just about 100 whp, that's serious.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    As said,a stock and healthy E39 M5(the car of the dyno owner) puts down 330-340whp on this particular dyno.

    This car made on this dyno before the rebuild a bit shy of 340whp.
    what does a stock e39 m5 put down on DJ's usually?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    what does a stock e39 m5 put down on DJ's usually?
    Something in the 330WHP region,IIRC...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    what does a stock e39 m5 put down on DJ's usually?
    ~330.

    I've seen as low as 305 and up to 354. 330 is really the range though.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    what does a stock e39 m5 put down on DJ's usually?
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by S62R Click here to enlarge
    Something in the 330WHP region,IIRC...
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    ~330.

    I've seen as low as 305 and up to 354. 330 is really the range though.
    Yup! I believe a local here put down 325whp and 310wtq SAE on the same DynoJet I always use.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Just about 100 whp, that's serious.
    Agreed. These gains make me think that the Ascari A10 claimed horsepower figures aren't so far fetched. It used an NA, highly tuned S62.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DubSport Click here to enlarge
    Agreed. These gains make me think that the Ascari A10 claimed horsepower figures aren't so far fetched. It used an NA, highly tuned S62.
    Not tuned to that level though. At least no documentation has been provided that I have seen. Either way, the S62 is capable of it.

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    so the consensus is that this is a legit/ acceptable reading DJ Dyno, not the lowest, but certainly not the highest reading?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    so the consensus is that this is a legit/ acceptable reading DJ Dyno, not the lowest, but certainly not the highest reading?
    Nothing looks off about that DJ.

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    same dyno i used for baseline and bolt-ons, and 5 psi. was supposed to go back for the new pulley.. maybe ill get it on before the car sells

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