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    G-Power M3 Tornado RS

    What is this? this is the ultimate kit from G-Power for M3. It's called G-Power SK-III and what it consists of is:

    - a new crankshaft which increase the displacement from 4.0 ( or 4.4 in GTS ) to 4.6L.
    - Mahle pistons and new set of rods.
    - new T-723 centrifugal supercharger which is the baddest offered from ASA.
    - Titanium exhaust with 100 cpsi cats.

    as the result, cars equipped with SK-III are said to make 720hp and 700nm ( 516 lb-ft ) and are capable of doing 0-200 Km/h ( 124 mph ) in just 9.5 seconds.

    price of this kit is 35,000.
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    Mucho dinero.......

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    no other stuff from G-Power is cheap my friend, some of that is because of the fabulous quality. I've seen these kits in person, i know what i'm saying.

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    Gpower is top notch. only if they had a reputable US tuner to tune on our fuel... That this will most likely dominate any stage 3 ESS or gintani car, at ease.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69
    Gpower is top notch.
    I concur that in the quality field, everything quality related is above OEM level.

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    only if they had a reputable US tuner to tune on our fuel
    I really don't know why the G-Power cars in U.S didn't work quite well, IMO it was the drivers that blew them. ESS has the same tune as G-Power but they are working all fine with the fuel in U.S.

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    Very nice

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    I really don't know why the G-Power cars in U.S didn't work quite well, IMO it was the drivers that blew them. ESS has the same tune as G-Power but they are working all fine with the fuel in U.S.
    Maybe, but i'm not 100% about that. There was knock in the engine which got worse over time and eventually blew 2 motors.
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    Hey happy new year, don't kill yourself with honey and apples ( and the other stuff i forgot ).
    I didn't know you are Jewish!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    Hey happy new year, don't kill yourself with honey and apples ( and the other stuff i forgot ).
    I didn't know you are Jewish!
    Thanks buddy! One more night of honey and apples hahaha. Yessir I'm jew, Why you think I'm so afraid to come to Iran!!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    Yessir I'm jew, Why you think I'm so afraid to come to Iran!!
    Haha. Maybe having a father who served in Israel's army? Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    Haha. Maybe having a father who served in Israel's army? Click here to enlarge
    Yea, my dad was in Iran's army for 2 years and israeli for 3 months.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    Yea, my dad was in Iran's army for 2 years and israeli for 3 months.
    say even one hour. to these bastards, breathing in Israel is super illegal, let aside serving them in army.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    say even one hour. to these bastards, breathing in Israel is super illegal, let aside serving them in army.
    Seriously, Jews to Iran is like Hitler to Jews hahaha
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    the G-power cars around me seem to be running fine, their quality is superb.
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    Does Gintani make something that compares?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Does Gintani make something that compares?
    Nightrider would have the closest power to what this would be pushing. It would be their stage 3 system that sticky is getting as well. I think Gintani is doing a stage 4 with stroker/builtmotor+ blower.
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    If that cost was dollars and not Euros it would not be a bad option.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    new T-723 centrifugal supercharger
    Anyone have specs on this?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Does Gintani make something that compares?
    With a 4.6 crank, no. I thought about it... thought hard about it but opted out.

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    putting a 4.6 crank in there with boost is gonna stress out the block, I wonder what the piston speed and rod angles are now. IMO all this is just a bad idea.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    putting a 4.6 crank in there with boost is gonna stress out the block, I wonder what the piston speed and rod angles are now. IMO all this is just a bad idea.
    Why is it going to stress out the block? I don't see why you can't do a 4.6 and have it hold together.

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    Side loads, you have a force vector that is pointing perpendicular to the piston wall and it wants to rip the block apart. If the block wasn't designed for this, or overdesigned to be able to handle this, you risk flexing the block to the point that the crank or rods or pistons or something becomes misaligned and just breaks. Mains are usually the first thing that goes, but BMW is notorious for overdesigning main caps (integral girdle split block design), it doesnt mean that this block which was design for 4 liters at 8300 RPM can now handle 4.6 liters with boost at 8300 RPM.

    And I know what your thinking.

    "Well look at domestics, weaker blocks and weaker mains and those things can be stroked 1 liter or more"

    True, but they redline at 6000, those older engines. And forces go up with the SQUARE of velocity, and this goes for all moving parts. Which is why every 0.1 liter you go up in displacement for an 8300 RPM engine brings you closer to failure than if the engine only revved to 6000.

    Rod angles also become extreme when you try to shove a big crank into a small block. Rod angles put bigger side loads on your cylinder walls, see above.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    Side loads, you have a force vector that is pointing perpendicular to the piston wall and it wants to rip the block apart. If the block wasn't designed for this, or overdesigned to be able to handle this, you risk flexing the block to the point that the crank or rods or pistons or something becomes misaligned and just breaks. Mains are usually the first thing that goes, but BMW is notorious for overdesigning main caps (integral girdle split block design), it doesnt mean that this block which was design for 4 liters at 8300 RPM can now handle 4.6 liters with boost at 8300 RPM.
    BMW goes to 4.4 liters themselves though, wouldn't one be confident going to that displacement at least even with boost?

    What about increase revs with boost on the stock displacement, is that cool?

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    OT, did anyone destroke S65 so far? must be really fun.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    OT, did anyone destroke S65 so far? must be really fun.
    Yes, think VS Motors did with a 4.8 liter drag S85. Maybe debored though no destroked.

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