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    2006 BMW M6 with bolt-ons 485whp Custom Tuned

    Vehicle: 2006 BMW M6
    Miles: 22,000 (brand new)
    Octane: 93 E10 Shell
    Modifications: RPi full Intake package, pulley, Eisenmann rear muffler. Stock headers and midpipes
    Custom tune performed by: OE (sales@oetuning.com) / BrenTuning (sales@brentuning.com)
    Dyno: Dynapack @ 1.0 CF SAE
    Baseline on this dyno: 417-428

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    one question, does dyno pack read higher than dyno jet ?

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    Video embedded, nice work!

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    Im a little confused...it gained 50-60 whp from a tune? or a tune, intake, rpi scoops and muffler?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DD GT3 RD Click here to enlarge
    Im a little confused...it gained 50-60 whp from a tune? or a tune, intake, rpi scoops and muffler?
    Total combo we have only run M6's stock here.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    one question, does dyno pack read higher than dyno jet ?
    Ours reads +5/-5 hp to our local dynojet, Boston dyno - verified from 200-500whp cars and everything in between.

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    very nice very nice... but one question, why such a wavey torque band?
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    its the scaling, the smg clutch shoots up when we set the load on the dynapack, the m6 is one of the harder cars to dyno Click here to enlarge

    check out a dynojet m6s and youll see similar like curve just less exaggerated.

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    Sorry but dyno pack is BS. Wheels off and measuring off the hubs? Do you drive on the hubs??
    It's an easy 50 - 60 hp increase. Heck you sure can't say rwhp.
    Put that same car on a DJ or DD and see what gives.
    480 "rear hub" hp with those mods ... sorry but do not think so.
    Sorry I'm just an a-hole who just believes on the facts.
    Better yet, to hell with the "dyno pack". Run another M5 or M6 with same mods or an RPI tuned M5/M6. End of story. The dyno is BS. What counts is what happens on a straight up run.

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    So if this M6 had headers it would have read over 510rwhp+ on this dyno..its just not a very realistic number

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Moose Click here to enlarge
    So if this M6 had headers it would have read over 510rwhp+ on this dyno..its just not a very realistic number
    don't want to say that dyno isn't realistic, but with headers i made 490whp.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Lock n Load Click here to enlarge
    Sorry but dyno pack is BS. Wheels off and measuring off the hubs? Do you drive on the hubs??
    It's an easy 50 - 60 hp increase. Heck you sure can't say rwhp.
    Put that same car on a DJ or DD and see what gives.
    480 "rear hub" hp with those mods ... sorry but do not think so.
    Sorry I'm just an a-hole who just believes on the facts.
    Better yet, to hell with the "dyno pack". Run another M5 or M6 with same mods or an RPI tuned M5/M6. End of story. The dyno is BS. What counts is what happens on a straight up run.

    Ranger
    Obviously an uneducated person here with no idea how the dynapack works. We are +/- 5whp with all dynojets around here. Did you forget that Dinan uses a dynapack?

    50-60hp loss on a dynojet? Would you be willing to put money on that?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    don't want to say that dyno isn't realistic, but with headers i made 490whp.
    We made 499whp with a bolted / tuned M6 with headers, it was 110 degrees and the car would flatten out up top due to coolant compensation so it's possible there was more in it. On a cooler day the same M6 used our local dynojet and made 509whp SAE.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    We made 499whp with a bolted / tuned M6 with headers, it was 110 degrees and the car would flatten out up top due to coolant compensation so it's possible there was more in it. On a cooler day the same M6 used our local dynojet and made 509whp SAE.
    Is that Sizzle's M6 or was it the M6 that ran super lean on the 509 whp pass?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Is that Sizzle's M6 or was it the M6 that ran super lean on the 509 whp pass?
    Sizzle's car with headers and powerchip tune made 509 dynojet I dont know if it was lean or not?

    Our FBO car with headers and tune just like Sizzles made 499 in house.

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