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Old 11-15-2006, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HorsepowerFreaks - E46 M3 Record! - 603rwhp at 11psi

Hey guys,

Today, after a lot of hard work, we have some great results to share (603rwhp - 750bhp). These dyno numbers were done on our E46 M3 on the stock motor, stock exhaust, no nitrous, no methanol, and no intercooler chilling whatsoever at just 11psi.

We also have video footage and a full dyno graph of our prior 576rwhp pull at 10psi. On the 2nd dyno you'll notice we were able to pick up over 50ft-lbs of torque right off idle and at no point is our kit making less power or torque than stock creating no turbo lag whatsoever.

This was done with our HorsepowerFreaks turbo kit that will be available for sale in March 2007. This kit includes our HPF electronics, manifold, mid-pipe, Precision T67 turbo, intercooler, intercooler piping, intake manifold and fuel injectors as well as a ton of other parts.

HorsepowerFreaks E46 M3 576rwhp Video

If you have any questions or would like more information feel free to email me at chris@horsepowerfreaks.com.

603rwhp (11psi - clutch slipping, lost rpm pickup)



576rwhp (10psi - dyno A/F reading faulty below 4,000rpm)



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Hey guys,

Today, after a lot of hard work, we have some great results to share (603rwhp - 750bhp). These dyno numbers were done on our E46 M3 on the stock motor, stock exhaust, no nitrous, no methanol, and no intercooler chilling whatsoever at just 11psi.

We also have video footage and a full dyno graph of our prior 576rwhp pull at 10psi. On the 2nd dyno you'll notice we were able to pick up over 50ft-lbs of torque right off idle and at no point is our kit making less power or torque than stock creating no turbo lag whatsoever.

This was done with our HorsepowerFreaks turbo kit that will be available for sale in March 2007. This kit includes our HPF electronics, manifold, mid-pipe, Precision T67 turbo, intercooler, intercooler piping, intake manifold and fuel injectors as well as a ton of other parts.

HorsepowerFreaks E46 M3 576rwhp Video

If you have any questions or would like more information feel free to email me at chris@horsepowerfreaks.com.

603rwhp (11psi - clutch slipping, lost rpm pickup)



576rwhp (10psi - dyno A/F reading faulty below 4,000rpm)



Take care,
Chris.

Holy $shit Chris. great to see you here, i bought the last Fluidyne you had late december last year for the M. Good numbers, hope to see more of the car. What are the plans for it?

Looking at the map looks like the Vanos system does a little help on the low end and i notice the spool a little earlier, Good low end torque too. Nothing like dyno maps of the supra, similar motors , but that extra .2 of displacement helps alot. take it easy .

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yea i heard about this,nice work
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Why is the clutch slipping? It seems like it is only half a job done, especially without an intercooler or charge cooler fitted

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