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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Thu, Oct-07-2004, 12:37:00 AM   #101
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How the hell did you push your car through a toll booth and survive?! So it was you who caused that massive pile-up...
Pushing was the easy part, Opening the Door, Grabbing the change and giving it to the collector before the car got away from me was the tough part.
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Pushing was the easy part, Opening the Door, Grabbing the change and giving it to the collector before the car got away from me was the tough part.


I must say, you have skills...
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Old Thu, Oct-07-2004, 05:25:45 AM   #103
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More dyno sheets guys!
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Old Sat, Oct-09-2004, 01:45:16 AM   #104
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Here's mine. Car totally stock. I wanted to see what its got before doing any mods. '96 M3 EVO. 104000KMS.

232Kw at 7100RPM and 355.3Nm at 3410RPM.

Interresting thing to note is that the measuring has been done in fifth gear which I think now is a mistake like we hit the speed limiter and the engine stopped reaving up... Eventually a few more HP to get in fourth gear after 7100RPM on to the red zone...

We'll see next time once it will be remapped and all...


Here's the dinosheet (in French... )

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Old Tue, Oct-12-2004, 09:22:00 PM   #105
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i have a chart but havent uploaded it yet for my old 95 obd1 e36 wit just a flowtech intake on it and 82k on the speedo- 221 whp, 208 tq, it was a beast from the factory
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Here's mine. Car totally stock. I wanted to see what its got before doing any mods. '96 M3 EVO. 104000KMS.

232Kw at 7100RPM and 355.3Nm at 3410RPM.

All you guys from Europe might as well translate to HP and ft/lbs.

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311 horsepower 261 ft/lbs torque

Very nice
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Old Wed, Oct-13-2004, 05:55:34 AM   #107
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All you guys from Europe might as well translate to HP and ft/lbs.

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311 horsepower 261 ft/lbs torque

Very nice
- Or you guys could take a step forward into the distant past and do the conversion yourselves...

Oh, and 311 Hp must be at the crank for a stock Euro.
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Old Thu, Oct-21-2004, 09:50:19 AM   #108
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Okay folks, if you've got a dyno chart for your e36 M3 post it here... I reckon it would be good to have an archive of them all.

Maybe include a list of your performance mods at the time of the run with the chart.

Here's mine, a 97 Euro with Remus exhaust only. And that's 245 rwhp for those in the stone age...

Your car is very strong. Myne is on 175 Kw (235 BHP) wheel power and it is one of the strongest standard E 36 M3's tested in Johannesburg so far. I want to do the viscous fan conversion soon. It should add about 3 kw.
Myne has Unichip, freeflow exhaust and cold air induction. We do however use 93 octane unleaded fuel (and very poor quality) in South Africa. I would do a run some time with 102.6 octane used for racing cars and see if I get an improvement.
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Sorry about taking so long, but decided to throw her up at the end of the day at the Dent and Dyno day here in Coumbus.

Car looks to be running exactly as designed, which was what I was really worried about.



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Your car is very strong. Myne is on 175 Kw (235 BHP) wheel power and it is one of the strongest standard E 36 M3's tested in Johannesburg so far. I want to do the viscous fan conversion soon. It should add about 3 kw.
Myne has Unichip, freeflow exhaust and cold air induction. We do however use 93 octane unleaded fuel (and very poor quality) in South Africa. I would do a run some time with 102.6 octane used for racing cars and see if I get an improvement.
Yes, I've been told this before and have to agree it is strong. One of the best things is that even after 100,000 km's it's still strong and smooth, sounds like a new car. e46 M3's have never presented me with a problem...

I suspect that the fuel you're using will make most of the difference between your numbers and mine... I'm assuming it's 93 RON? Is your UniChip tuned or standard?
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