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    Gintani M6 Stage 2 (video w/ graphs)

    This is our personal shop car. It was on 91+100 mix octane with methanol on 9.5psi. We thought you might enjoy this. We know people have been asking if this kit can be sent out and installed by other shops. Yes, it can. The kit is provide with all parts, instructions and flash cable. We are very confident in our kit and believe it is the best option for the s85 on the market. We do intense and constant testing on and off the track. Our kit does not have any heat soaking issues on or off the track. This is just the start of how much we will push the envelope with the s85. Next in line will come a DCT swap and a built motor. This setup still has some power left in it. We should be getting it back on the dyno again soon to see how much more we can pull out.


    Any questions or inquiries, give us a ring at(818)787-8260, or email Sales@gintani.com, or PM.

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    Can you explain the details of the dct swap? It's cost and what it entails?

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    Beautiful graph, power is not what anyone would expect. That is a lot of power, and stock internals is awesome. Really interested to see how the DME will work with the DCT. Or is it totally different cause the DCT has it's own ECU too, right?
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    DCT PLEASE! M6's are getting so Cheap in my area! I can score one with around 80k on it for around 25k!

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    Promoted to the front page with additional info:

    Last month BimmerBoost posted a teaser article showing a new BMW S85 V10 horsepower record set by Gintani on a stock internal E63 M6 showing the peak horsepower figures. Below, you will find the full Dynojet dynographs in both STD and SAE correction factors. The graphs also show boost figures as well as the air/fuel ratio. The S85 V10 is finally showing what is capable of and keep in mind this is a 9.5 psi stock internal car. There is much more to come from the S85 V10.

    Further details in Gintani's own words below. Additionally, pay no attention to the description at the bottom of the graphs detailing clutch slip, fuel, and boost which does not apply here. Somebody at Gintani simply forgot to edit that out of the Dynojet software and it is a description for a different car:

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    If anyone can do it, its Gintani.

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    Suddenly a lot of love these days for Gintani.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Suddenly a lot of love these days for Gintani.
    Really came up these past 3 years.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    Really came up these past 3 years.
    S65 and S85 horsepower records with the best still to come? I vaguely remember somebody else talking about how much better their stuff was? Who was that? Oh it doesn't even matter any longer.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    S65 and S85 horsepower records with the best still to come? I vaguely remember somebody else talking about how much better their stuff was? Who was that? Oh it doesn't even matter any longer.
    $#@!, I don't remember either LMFAO
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    Damn what sweet music. With DCT is going to be fast as hell. Sticky how much can the stock bottom end hold?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nismo370 Click here to enlarge
    Sticky how much can the stock bottom end hold?
    Probably a little bit more than where they are at. Something like 13 psi from that blower which would be about maxed at that boost. Would have to be on race gas obviously and I'd want meth too if trying. I don't know if they will push it any further.

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    wow good stuff

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    I know one E90 M3 owner that already has a Gintani Stage 2.5+ sitting here in a box waiting to be installed BUT for me it comes down to the question: Have they improved their customer service for non local/international customers?

    Gintani are doing awesome things, I never doubted their skills, its just the CS can use some work for international/non local customers i guess.
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    Thats such a beast! I wish they were more involved in the community and shard more info/pics etc.

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    That is insane power.

    Can't wait to hear more about this DCT swap!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5soko Click here to enlarge
    Thats such a beast! I wish they were more involved in the community and shard more info/pics etc.
    It would be to their benefit and I've tried to help them out in this respect but they prefer to keep things on the down low and let the cars do the talking.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by flipm3 Click here to enlarge
    That is insane power.

    Can't wait to hear more about this DCT swap!
    A DCT swap alone on the M5/M6 would make a big difference in the performance of those cars. I wonder how hard this is actually going to be to achieve.

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    I really want a dct swap for my e60 but i can't see it happening for another few years. Hope gintani, or any other company, can prove me wrong. Because so far there's only talk. Could you please ask for some pics??

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M5 253 Click here to enlarge
    I really want a dct swap for my e60 but i can't see it happening for another few years. Hope gintani, or any other company, can prove me wrong. Because so far there's only talk. Could you please ask for some pics??
    I'll go down there tomorrow and see what I can find out, good?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I'll go down there tomorrow and see what I can find out, good?
    Yes that would be great.

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    This is awesome...I cannot wait to see how fast cars with this setup are on the street.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 0-60Motorsports Click here to enlarge
    I know one E90 M3 owner that already has a Gintani Stage 2.5+ sitting here in a box waiting to be installed BUT for me it comes down to the question: Have they improved their customer service for non local/international customers?

    Gintani are doing awesome things, I never doubted their skills, its just the CS can use some work for international/non local customers i guess.

    I would like to know what issues you have come across, so that we can further improve our customer service. PM sent.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by disruptv Click here to enlarge
    Can you explain the details of the dct swap? It's cost and what it entails?

    We will release information once the development is completed on our personal car.

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    Nice work Gintani, this is making me wish I would have went with an M6. I was looking but didn't like the aftermarket options at the time that I bought my 335i.
    2009 335i coupe back to stock...for now

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