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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 Fri, Jun-12-2015, 06:26:26 PM   #21
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Default Re: Eventuri intake review incl pre/post dyno

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With the stepped headers, high flow cats and tune - hoping to be around 360-370hp (crank) mark
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Think you read his post wrong.

360-370 crank is only 306-315whp. Which isnt that off the wall.
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Old Fri, Jun-12-2015, 07:19:10 PM   #23
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Think you read his post wrong.

360-370 crank is only 306-315whp. Which isnt that off the wall.
You're right.
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I've been waiting for this for a while. I see a few others plan on doing their own independent right ups as well. As soon as I read them and they seem to be equal across board I will pull the trigger.
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Great review and dyno results! Seems to very well echo the results Eventuri advertised as well.

We've had the Eventuri intake on our E46 M3 for some time now with quite a bit of track time as well. It certainly provides more juice coming out of turns and through straightaways!

Once we're done settling into our new shop, we'll be doing our own independent review!
How much louder would you say your CSL box is when compared to the Eventuri. I am thinking for 85% of the sound or so, this would be well worth it as an alternative.

Also, how does the sound compare to a K&N( I understand if you can answer this one).
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Great review and dyno results! Seems to very well echo the results Eventuri advertised as well.

We've had the Eventuri intake on our E46 M3 for some time now with quite a bit of track time as well. It certainly provides more juice coming out of turns and through straightaways!

Once we're done settling into our new shop, we'll be doing our own independent review!
How much louder would you say your CSL box is when compared to the Eventuri. I am thinking for 85% of the sound or so, this would be well worth it as an alternative.

Also, how does the sound compare to a K&N( I understand if you can't answer this one).
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Default Eventuri intake review incl pre/post dyno

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Think you read his post wrong.

360-370 crank is only 306-315whp. Which isnt that off the wall.
Yes, so I am targeting +15-25hp crank more from 1) Euro headers => SS Stepped&high flow cats + 2) retune. Based on my research, this is not very ambitious. I am more interested in the delta than the actual figures. E.g. my baseline was some 20hp less on this dyno than the previous one I visited (known for being a little "optimistic"). I am currently running Evolve's "stage 1" remap for 100% stock car.

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How much louder would you say your CSL box is when compared to the Eventuri. I am thinking for 85% of the sound or so, this would be well worth it as an alternative.

Also, how does the sound compare to a K&N( I understand if you can answer this one).
Evolve folks seem to think that in terms of power, Eventuri+retune = CSL box+retune. I can't say about the sound as I never heard the CSL in person. But TBH I would not want it much louder than this (but then, I like things rather quiet).

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How much louder would you say your CSL box is when compared to the Eventuri. I am thinking for 85% of the sound or so, this would be well worth it as an alternative.

Also, how does the sound compare to a K&N( I understand if you can't answer this one).
i have the eventuri and have had a K&N gen 2, also been in a few cars with eventuri and original csl airboxes.

Comparing the eventuri to CSL its the same sort of sound after 4kRPM but about half as loud. The faster I go the more i can hear it, hitting over 4kRPM in 6th gear it gets louder, I think this is due to more air travelling in through the scoop at speed.
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Man I need to install mine
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Great review! Any increase in torque down low gets me excited. And then there's the increased growl under the hood thats always an added bonus
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