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    New HP World Record Gintani e90 m3 stage 3 sc??

    Did anyone see this? i found it on Gintani's FB page

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    is that an 8 or a 6?

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    828.09 HP, 535.29TQ. I know nothing else about it, i just found the picture.

    edit- stalked around... and i believe this is the car.
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    Nice numbers... Amazing if it's stock compression.

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    is that flywheel though?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    Nice numbers... Amazing if it's stock compression.
    Not stock compression, how could it be?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    is that flywheel though?
    Yes, says flywheel right on the graph.

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    Wonder how much boost. Ran it all the way out to 8500RPM! Very natural and predictable torque curve. Great peak numbers. I bet it sounds awesome!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SlicktopTTZ Click here to enlarge
    Wonder how much boost. Ran it all the way out to 8500RPM! Very natural and predictable torque curve. Great peak numbers. I bet it sounds awesome!
    16.5 psi, Vortech YSI.

    Same setup will be on my car. I won't be bumping the boost up at first but keeping it at 16.5.

    Looks like roughly mid 750's on a dynojet at that boost level. Maxing the blower and overspinning at around 22-24 psi should make for some interesting results, eh?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    16.5 psi, Vortech YSI.

    Same setup will be on my car. I won't be bumping the boost up at first but keeping it at 16.5.

    Looks like roughly mid 750's on a dynojet at that boost level. Maxing the blower and overspinning at around 22-24 psi should make for some interesting results, eh?
    so you'll be making roughly the same amount of power as this m3 but with a dct at first? bumping it up to 22-24psi should definitely make for interesting numbers, maybe even 4 digit?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    16.5 psi, Vortech YSI.

    Same setup will be on my car. I won't be bumping the boost up at first but keeping it at 16.5.

    Looks like roughly mid 750's on a dynojet at that boost level. Maxing the blower and overspinning at around 22-24 psi should make for some interesting results, eh?
    Just max it out on meth and some good quality race gas once you get bored with the pump gas setup. Unless you're scared. Click here to enlarge

    Or you can be super-cool and just intro with peak numbers... I think it's going to run very well!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SlicktopTTZ Click here to enlarge
    Just max it out on meth and some good quality race gas once you get bored with the pump gas setup. Unless you're scared. Click here to enlarge

    Or you can be super-cool and just intro with peak numbers... I think it's going to run very well!
    I am scared to push it while we know of lubrication issues.

    We will need to figure out a dry sump and then, well, crank that $#@! up!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Yukohama Click here to enlarge
    so you'll be making roughly the same amount of power as this m3 but with a dct at first? bumping it up to 22-24psi should definitely make for interesting numbers, maybe even 4 digit?
    No, no, definitely not 4 digit. Maybe just under that crank wise but nowhere near at the wheels.

    I'll be making slightly less power, approximately a 2-3% penalty for the DCT.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Not stock compression, how could it be?
    just not sure how much boost would work with stock compression. regardless, good numbers

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    not bad. Must be a beast to drive.

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    Fyi shoot8f reads lower then a dynojet. I use it all the time. Stock m3 around 335 to 340.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    Fyi shoot8f reads lower then a dynojet. I use it all the time. Stock m3 around 335 to 340.
    So what do you think this would be on a dynojet?

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    Crazy amount of power.
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    Dry sump + S65 + boost gonna be a wicked story for sure!

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    What's up the HP curve?

    Great numbers, almost unbelievable. Where are those guys who said it's a weak motor? Click here to enlarge

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    Gintani sets new E9X M3 S65 V8 horsepower record hitting 828 horsepower with a Stage III supercharger

    Things are progressing nicely on the M3 front with Gintani recently recording 828 horsepower at the crank in a manual E90 M3. The car has a low compression built motor (compression will not be revealed at this time) and hit 16.5 psi of boost from a Vortech YSI. The blower has more in it and could likely be overspun to the 22 psi range but for now 828 horsepower at 16.5 psi is very impressive and more than anyone has made up until today. Expect to see more out of these Stage III cars, like BimmerBoost's own project M3, in the next few weeks.

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    it dynoed in the high 600whp range

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ERM324 Click here to enlarge
    it dynoed in the high 600whp range
    Why would you say that?

    They didn't list wheel hp because people wouldn't understand how dyno's differ.

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    Its a good number. Gives everyone a goal to shoot for Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Why would you say that?

    They didn't list wheel hp because people wouldn't understand how dyno's differ.
    Technically a 15% drivetrain loss with that number is around 710 whp. So if gintani dyno hit 680 or so, that makes sense.
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