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    • Widebody BMW F80 M3 making 826 rwhp with Carbahn built S55 motor and Pure Turbos Stage 2+

      Very strong numbers here on this built motor S55. RK Tunes did the tuning work on E85 and Carbahn Autoworks put the motor together. The dynograph comes from the World Motorsports Mustang dynamometer and keep in mind this dyno reads high.


      Think of these as Dynojet numbers:


      It would be nice to see the whole graph but what this is focused on is the peak figures. Very strong peak figures mind you of 826 rear wheel horsepower and 744 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels.

      With that much rear wheel torque the widebody kit actually serves a function here in getting wide rubber in back to help put that output to the ground.

      Mods:

      Carbahn Autoworks Built Motor
      Pure Turbos Stage 2 High Flow
      Fuel-It! Port Injection Kit
      Maximum PSI Valve Springs
      Clutchmasters Clutch
      RK Tunes Front Mount Intakes
      CSF Radiators Air Cooler and Heat Exchanger
      2M Autowerks Widebody

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Widebody BMW F80 M3 making 826 rwhp with Carbahn built S55 motor and Pure Turbo Stage 2+ started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 4 Comments
      1. maxnix's Avatar
        maxnix -
        E85 works great at the track, but not so much cross country. What are 93 Pump Octane E10 numbers?
      1. Mm3boost's Avatar
        Mm3boost -
        That's a MASSIVE torque hit. Looks like you would really have to wrestle that car when the boost comes in.
      1. subaru335i's Avatar
        subaru335i -
        That rear fender is pretty fugly...The front looks ok except for the mismatched paint and the scuff on the bumper.
        That is a violent torque hit though Im sure it feels fast as hell
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
        That rear fender is pretty fugly...The front looks ok except for the mismatched paint and the scuff on the bumper.
        That is a violent torque hit though Im sure it feels fast as hell
        Not a fan of the bodywork either.