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Old 02-25-2013, 02:53 PM   #1
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335i/6 vs 540i/6 dyno overlay (dynojet)

Thought it was worth sharing...

Hello all,

I'm new to the forum. Just wanted to share with you all a dyno graph that I have of my 1999 540i vs my friends stock 2007 335i coupe.

My dyno reading is in the red line and the graph is STD reading for both cars. Also my car was running a bit rich over 4.5k rpm.

My car:
STD:278whp 305wtq
SAE: 268whp 296wtq

frist two SAE runs for stock 335i were 251whp and about 270wtq. my friend couldnt believe it so we waited untill his car cools down some more and on 3rd run he posted some better #'s

BTW i have m60 intake, muffler delete, fan clutch delete, k&n filter and gutted airbox

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