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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Wed, Nov-05-2008, 07:28:42 PM   #41
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The pics you've been waiting for.







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Let me know when you guys put this on an actual race car and see actual timed results from your supposed gains in the powerband. Until then, I'm a total skeptic of any claim that an intake modification on the S54 improves power by 10whp...
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Let me know when you guys put this on an actual race car and see actual timed results from your supposed gains in the powerband. Until then, I'm a total skeptic of any claim that an intake modification on the S54 improves power by 10whp...
Wow, nice. So everything that YOU buy has to be "race car" tested. Great logic. Please get me a race car that utilizes the factory intake system and I will donate one to make you happy.

What does a race car have to do with anything that I'm offering... sheesh.
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Does have the same effect with those who are using cone type intakes instead of the stock airbox?
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Hrm.. i want one.. Just Cause.. :-D

do you guys have a website or catalog? Id like to pick mine up and if i drive out to the city of industry, id like to pick up everything at once.
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Wow, nice. So everything that YOU buy has to be "race car" tested. Great logic. Please get me a race car that utilizes the factory intake system and I will donate one to make you happy.

What does a race car have to do with anything that I'm offering... sheesh.
Automatic Racing uses the stock intake on their Koni Challenge car...I've seen pictures



And yes, racing is THE best place to do research and development for aftermarket parts since they see a variety of different situations...wide open, part throttle, different areas in the power band with different loads...

What kind R&D did you do for this project? Do you have flow tests? IAT before and after? I mean, a dynograph is great but honestly doesn't show anything.
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Have the Automatic Racing team contact me and I will be glad to give them 1 for testing.

Wow, IAT's. This is not a device used to COOL anything down, it's just used to funnel more air into the intake track/plenum. Same idea as compressing air in boost applications, wouldn't you agree? That's why this product is a SCOOP, not an intercooler or radiator of any kind. This was not designed to dissipate any sort of heat.

Obviously this is far from any sort of boost application, but for you to say a dyno doesn't show anything, I really don't know what to say to that.

And as far as race car testing, 95% of the people on this forum will not be RACING their cars on the street as a daily driver. The dyno we have shows the RPM range where the most power was increased, which happened to be right around the 4000-4500 RPM where most people do their driving.

I'm not going to spend my time arguing with these few people on the board. I've already have people send payments for their scoops, which I will be shipping today.

I'll just let all the other haters hate, keep true to the title. It keeps my thread bumped up to the top regardless.
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Hrm.. i want one.. Just Cause.. :-D

do you guys have a website or catalog? Id like to pick mine up and if i drive out to the city of industry, id like to pick up everything at once.
I have a whole intake kit in stock (scoop, arm, filter) and available right now if you'd like to come down.

I'll even go as far to give you a before and after dyno with these parts installed.

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