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Old 01-26-2004, 06:34 PM   #1
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AA SC E46 M3 + 5.5psi =............................

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Here are the dyno charts (mustang) for the E46 M3 with the Rotrex blower. The car is running 5.5psi with STOCK INTERNALS (compression has not been touched ). The car has over 100+ dyno runs and we even took it up to Sebring this weekend for Winterfest. For those that don't know Florida, that is about 180 miles from AA. We went with about 12 BMWs and I don't mean easy driving. Highway 27 was OWNED by AA this Saturday.


THESE ARE PRELIMINARY DYNO RUNS, FINAL TUNING IS NOT DONE YET!


Note: the RPM signal was a bit off on both vehicles.

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Wow. I'm not that familiar with M3 Dyno numbers, but I would think that they'd lay down a bit more power stock?
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The dyno that AA Tuning used is a Mustang loaded dyno so numbers are a bit slower than what one might get using a dynojet.

AA is using the 1.25 correction factor.
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Ah, okay, thanks.
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