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    Jaws SC

    Jaws Sc made 637 whp and runs 60-130 in 6.79
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    no dyno, no care

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    Jaws Sc 60-130
    dyno chart coming soon,built egine 18 psi more to inprove Click here to enlarge

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    Dyno 637whp
    Baseline 305 whp

    Cheers Patrick

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    What modifications were on that baseline. It is way high for a stock M3.
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    Need more details -- A stock baseline (or at least a "stockish" baseline on the same dyno), specific mods (blower, built motor details, etc) and a clear video would be great too
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    Impressive numbers...looking forward to seeing videos of this monster. Congrats!
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    I can answer

    Its a totally bone stock M3 low milage 2005 SMG , JAWS dont put so much weight behind the "final" dyno numbers bcs its clearly an issue what kinda dyno is the master of them all and correct showing , the comparision between stock and modified on same dyno plus a 100-200km/h time or 60-130mph along with it should talk by its self.

    And finaly..iŽd rather have a low dynoed car thats FAST on the road rather than the other way around..to many "tuners" show decent dynoed cars that doesnt perform on the road.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Torgus Click here to enlarge
    no dyno, no care
    More is coming on this, be patient.

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    Hm. I'm guessing either a ysi or?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by StinkyM Click here to enlarge
    Hm. I'm guessing either a ysi or?
    I don't think this is a YSI.

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    Its a Paxton Novi 1500 SL charger 825hp spec.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SWE79 Click here to enlarge
    Its a Paxton Novi 1500 SL charger 825hp spec.
    Thank you.

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