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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
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Old Sat, Nov-27-2010, 09:24:18 PM   #1
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Default My Supercharged M3 on the Dyno Today

I found out that there was a local shop that had a DynoJet Dyno, so I decided to get a dyno to make sure my 04' Active Autowerke Stage 1.5 supercharger is making the power that it should be. I also have Agency Power headers, 200 cel cats welded into section one, straight pipe section two, and I just replaced my Eisenmann Sport with an Active Auto Muffler (which was a good move). I was hoping to make roughly 410-420hp at the wheels. I belive this dyno runs a little bit higher than a Mustang Dyno but about 20hp or so. I was pleased to see that my car was making 450hp on all three runs. And each run was extremely consistent. The torque looks pretty healthy and it reached 325ft/lbs. The only thing that the guys at the shop were saying was that near the top it was not getting enough fuel. It would be getting enough fuel then it would drop off quick and then come back. Maybe this is something that AA can address. Either way, I was extremely happy with my outcome. Thanks Omar for providing me an entirely different car, that feels stock just on steroids.

Please feel free to comment on the dyno sheet, let me know if there is anything you see that doesn't look good. Thanks a lot!
Here is a shot of the dyno sheet:

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Very impressive, would love to have that much power!
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Thanks fellas... the great thing about it is it drives so much like stock. It just pulls harder... but in the exact same fashion.
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Thanks fellas... the great thing about it is it drives so much like stock. It just pulls harder... but in the exact same fashion.
This is one powerful M3. What is the 0-60-100 and 1/4 time?
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Wow, 450whp!
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not enough fuel or pulling timing on top? They usually have them running a bit rich on top for safety, a lean mixture can lead to a blown engine. If it's pulling timing I rather have that than not enough fuel.
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not enough fuel or pulling timing on top? They usually have them running a bit rich on top for safety, a lean mixture can lead to a blown engine. If it's pulling timing I rather have that than not enough fuel.
I'll have to ask them... this supercharging thing is all new to me. The mixture dropped to like a 10.5... and it is supposed to be around 14 correct? Now, is this something that AA can tune out? Or do you have to custom tune it? Thanks a lot guys.
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They can tune it to perfection no problem, right around 12 is good
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A custom tune will get you strait. maybe if you were stock with that blower the numbers will be good thru out the band. those are nice numbers.

laxplaya21 i get home from deployment in dec. ill hook up with you when i get back so you can give me a ride. ill be in queens for christmas/new year

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