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      07-17-2019, 09:57 PM   #1
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Z4 *Official* Dyno Thread

I think it'd be really helpful if we got an official Dyno thread going. For ease of comparability, let's keep it simple:
  1. Year, trim, motor
  2. Dyno type - Peak HP & TQ
  3. Mods (e.g. software, exhaust, intake, etc)
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2007 3.0si N52

Dyno 1 (Baseline)
Dynojet: 228whp & 208ft-lbs
Mods: Stock ECU + SS headers + 100 cell HFC + 3” catback

Dyno 2
Dynojet: 235whp & 219ft-lbs
Mods: Baseline plus Dinan TB minus Dynatech cone insert
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2003 BMW Z4 3.0i  [4.50]
2003 3.0i M54B30, 147k miles
301 whp at 6000 rpm, 95 deg ambient temps

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VF / Vortech V3 SCi supercharger, 3.33” Pulley
Severn Tuning Flex Fuel ECU Tune
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There’s another 30-50 whp left up top with better cooling. All runs were within 1-2 hp.

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2006 E85 3.0si N52 6-speed Manual.

RPI scoop, K&N Drop in, Muffler delete, 3:46 differential.
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2006 E85 3.0si N52 6-speed Manual.

RPI scoop, K&N Drop in, Muffler delete, 3:46 differential.
I had the ECU reflashed and showed a small loss of peak power on the dyno. Can not find the dyno sheet.

I think it was 238hp/228tq.

But the increased redline and power delivery feels great.

I have not been to the dyno in over 2 years, and I'm trying to get back into modding this car.

Went out and got a 3:73 diff last week (have not installed it yet)

Maybe get Headers and MILV's
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I had the ECU reflashed and showed a small loss of peak power on the dyno. Can not find the dyno sheet.

I think it was 238hp/228tq.

But the increased redline and power delivery feels great.

I have not been to the dyno in over 2 years, and I'm trying to get back into modding this car.

Went out and got a 3:73 diff last week (have not installed it yet)

Maybe get Headers and MILV's
Very nice, do you happen to have the graph with SAE and smoothing?
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I had the ECU reflashed and showed a small loss of peak power on the dyno. Can not find the dyno sheet.

I think it was 238hp/228tq.

But the increased redline and power delivery feels great.

I have not been to the dyno in over 2 years, and I'm trying to get back into modding this car.

Went out and got a 3:73 diff last week (have not installed it yet)

Maybe get Headers and MILV's
Very nice, do you happen to have the graph with SAE and smoothing?
Don't think so, let me check my old emails.
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