• Evolve Automotive E9X M3 S65 V8 before and after E600 supercharger kit dyno results - 200+ wheel horsepower gains

      414 horsepower is more than enough power for most people out there. But then there are those people who read BimmerBoost.com and are not like most people out there. They want more out of their car. Well, how about painlessly adding over 200 horsepower at the wheels to your M3 with a bolt on supercharger kit? That is exactly what the Evolve E600 kit promises to do and as the dynograph below shows it more than delivers on that promise.

      On a dynojet this M3 posted a baseline of 347 wheel horsepower on 93 octane fuel. At a mild 6.7 psi of boost from the supercharger on that same pump 93 octane with an aftermarket exhaust system output rose to a peak of 553.78 wheel horsepower. Basic arithmetic gives us a gain of 206 horsepower at the wheels. That is well over 600 horsepower at the crank. Repeatable, every day, bolt on performance for your M3. Not to mention an absolutely beautiful torque curve.

      Dynograph courtesy of BimmerBoost vendor Undercover Performance @undercover @undercoverangie

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Evolve Automotive E9X M3 S65 V8 before and after E600 supercharger kit dyno results - 200+ wheel horsepower gains started by Sticky View original post
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      1. LostMarine's Avatar
        LostMarine -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M&M Click here to enlarge
        Dam, I need to run again. I have fully built motor running 10psi at the moment
        Nice! Im shopping tires right now, some MT ET streets to go for the 1/4 WR, and R888 for the road and 60-130s
      1. evolve's Avatar
        evolve -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by timore Click here to enlarge
        is there a stage 2 on the way?
        There is indeed even a stage 3 if your feeling brave :-)

        Remember, it's just a pulley change and a tune.
      1. Irishace's Avatar
        Irishace -
        How about a non-intercooled option Sal?
      1. LostMarine's Avatar
        LostMarine -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Irishace Click here to enlarge
        How about a non-intercooled option Sal?
        Take a short vacation and come down to NJ, maybe visit Atlantic City, while your here, drive my car. You wont want non intercooled,
      1. Irishace's Avatar
        Irishace -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
        Take a short vacation and come down to NJ, maybe visit Atlantic City, while your here, drive my car. You wont want non intercooled,
        Its a fair point, just would not mind staging a setup instead of going full guns blazing out of the gate. That and budget constraints.