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    Xtyper Kleemann Stage 2 C63 M156 tune dyno results - 472 whp

    I've this same dyno he did, solid dynojet.

    Mods at time of dyno (Dynojet 224xLC):
    Charcoals removed, AFE Pro Dry filters, MBH headers, MBH catless midpipes, MBH X-Pipe, Kleemann Stage 2 tune, 91 octane Chevron fuel, 5th gear
    Peak power = 472whp/431wtq SAE Corrected
    472 whp SAE is pretty nice. I wonder why we don't hear more about the Kleemann tunes on the M156 cars? Also, he could get more power with a dyno tune not sure why he doesn't.

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    Different conditions and I believe this was a custom tune

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I've this same dyno he did, solid dynojet. 472 whp SAE is pretty nice. I wonder why we don't hear more about the Kleemann tunes on the M156 cars? Also, he could get more power with a dyno tune not sure why he doesn't.Graphs:http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...ts472whp-1.jpghttp://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...ts472whp-1.jpg
    xtyper good post, and results what Gains did you see with the x pipe install
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    Drives: Basically a pretty bad ass f250 lifted with 24" wheels! Dpf delete 4" exhaust h&s tuner and intake..

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    Thanks Sticky for posting here. Regarding the tune, while it's not custom, I did ask Cory to put a little extra "juice" in it. So far it has worked out flawlessly, with great drivability and power gains. I ran it at Big Willow a couple weeks ago and it also felt good under those extreme conditions.

    My goal is to compete with the East Coast leaders with this car, as it had proven to be a strong performer even stock.

    Next up is a visit to Serge at Benzworks on Monday for some ROW airboxes, along with independent before/after dyno results.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Dodger63 Click here to enlarge
    xtyper good post, and results what Gains did you see with the x pipe install
    Thanks Mike. Besides noise improvements, I was pleasantly surprised to see the X-pipe pickup about 7whp/8wtq peak. However there were certain spots in the midrange where I picked up 20wtq! The pipe must really improve the exhaust flow. I highly recommend the X-pipe to anyone running longtubes.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Thanks Mike. Besides noise improvements, I was pleasantly surprised to see the X-pipe pickup about 7whp/8wtq peak. However there were certain spots in the midrange where I picked up 20wtq! The pipe must really improve the exhaust flow. I highly recommend the X-pipe to anyone running longtubes.
    I'm thinking of putting one on my street/stock exhaust..
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    Drives: Basically a pretty bad ass f250 lifted with 24" wheels! Dpf delete 4" exhaust h&s tuner and intake..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Thanks Sticky for posting here. Regarding the tune, while it's not custom, I did ask Cory to put a little extra "juice" in it. So far it has worked out flawlessly, with great drivability and power gains. I ran it at Big Willow a couple weeks ago and it also felt good under those extreme conditions.

    My goal is to compete with the East Coast leaders with this car, as it had proven to be a strong performer even stock.

    Next up is a visit to Serge at Benzworks on Monday for some ROW airboxes, along with independent before/after dyno results.
    No prob, glad you are enjoying it.

    Where is Benzworks?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    No prob, glad you are enjoying it.

    Where is Benzworks?
    Huntington bch, right ?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LZH Click here to enlarge
    Huntington bch, right ?
    Yep.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Yep.
    Interesting, had no idea. So right by Evosport somewhere eh?

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    Just to update this thread. Hopefully Eric doesn't mind.

    He went back to the dyno with ROW air boxes and drove the car extremely hard on the way there and well, the numbers speak for themselves.

    500whp @ 454wtq

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    I'm so happy and excited right now. After installing ROW airboxes, I headed back to the dyno. But this time on the way I took everyone's advice and drove it like I stole it.
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    Much to my surprise, she put down 500whp/454wtq SAE corrected!!! 91 octane chevron pump.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PetroC63 Click here to enlarge
    Just to update this thread. Hopefully Eric doesn't mind.

    He went back to the dyno with ROW air boxes and drove the car extremely hard on the way there and well, the numbers speak for themselves.

    500whp @ 454wtq



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    500 wheel 91 octane pump SAE... speaks for itself.

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    Very impressive numbers, congrats.
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    Damn, I just realized how impressive this is, back when I was NA I was only making 511whp and that was with Dymags which were good for almost 20whp.

    ...I also remember how much $#@! people gave me saying my dyno numbers were falsified and so many people cryed foul, now 490-500whp 63s are becoming the norm. Again congrats!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JRCART Click here to enlarge
    ...I also remember how much $#@! people gave me saying my dyno numbers were falsified and so many people cryed foul, now 490-500whp 63s are becoming the norm.
    Arm chair experts on forums don't know half as much as they think they do. I got banned from a forum for saying the M3 could run 11's with bolt on's and was told I was an idiot. Once it did... no apology.

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    Guys, I should clarify that this is not the same dyno used for my last set of pulls (472whp). Reason being another MHP S2 package car wanted to meet me and dyno as well to compare results. So we picked a popular shop midway between us with a Dynojet 248 to meet at. The place is called MD Automotive in Westminster CA.

    To verify the true impact of the hard driving and added ROW air boxes, I will be going back to my usual dyno spot next week when they return from holiday break. But ignoring absolute numbers, it's nice to know that my car held it's own in a direct comparison to a full MHP S2 car with ROW Airboxes and running 93 octane.

    Thanks Petro for posting my stuff here.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Guys, I should clarify that this is not the same dyno used for my last set of pulls (472whp). Reason being another MHP S2 package car wanted to meet me and dyno as well to compare results. So we picked a popular shop midway between us with a Dynojet 248 to meet at. The place is called MD Automotive in Westminster CA.

    To verify the true impact of the hard driving and added ROW air boxes, I will be going back to my usual dyno spot next week when they return from holiday break. But ignoring absolute numbers, it's nice to know that my car held it's own in a direct comparison to a full MHP S2 car with ROW Airboxes and running 93 octane.

    Thanks Petro for posting my stuff here.
    Did you overlay the graphs between your car and the other car?

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    Yes, posted as a thread in the other forum. Feel free to transfer here for me.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Yes, posted as a thread in the other forum. Feel free to transfer here for me.
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    You made more power than him and he was on 93 octane? Interesting:

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    You made more power than him and he was on 93 octane? Interesting:

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...e2vsmhps-1.jpg
    Yes, but he is going back next week with a new X-pipe installed and 100 cell cats removed to see if he can eclipse 500whp too. I'm betting he does.

    Regarding the 93 octane, to my knowledge he's running the 93 octane version of MHP's tune, so he mixes in 100 octane fuel with every tank.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Regarding the 93 octane, to my knowledge he's running the 93 octane version of MHP's tune, so he mixes in 100 octane fuel with every tank.
    Interesting, not a daily driver?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by xtyper Click here to enlarge
    Yes, but he is going back next week with a new X-pipe installed and 100 cell cats removed to see if he can eclipse 500whp too. I'm betting he does.

    Regarding the 93 octane, to my knowledge he's running the 93 octane version of MHP's tune, so he mixes in 100 octane fuel with every tank.
    If he's mixing 90 and 100 he is most likely running an average octane rating higher than 93. Octane formulas don't everage out with simple math, if you mix 5 gallons of 100 and 5 gallons of 90 common sense would have you thinking you are running about 95 octane but in reality you're probably running about 97. Obviously it depends on the ratio he is mixing but I would wager that he's probably running more than 93 octane formula.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JRCART Click here to enlarge
    If he's mixing 90 and 100 he is most likely running an average octane rating higher than 93. Octane formulas don't everage out with simple math, if you mix 5 gallons of 100 and 5 gallons of 90 common sense would have you thinking you are running about 95 octane but in reality you're probably running about 97. Obviously it depends on the ratio he is mixing but I would wager that he's probably running more than 93 octane formula.
    In a 10 gallon tank you would need 7 gallons of 100 octane and 3 gallons of 90 to make 97 octane.

    To make 95 octane in a 10 gallon tank you would need 5 gallons of 90 and 5 gallons of 100 to make a 95 octane mix.

    It is a simple calculation. How would 5 gallons of 100 and 5 gallons of 95 make 97?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by propain Click here to enlarge
    In a 10 gallon tank you would need 7 gallons of 100 octane and 3 gallons of 90 to make 97 octane.

    To make 95 octane in a 10 gallon tank you would need 5 gallons of 90 and 5 gallons of 100 to make a 95 octane mix.

    It is a simple calculation. How would 5 gallons of 100 and 5 gallons of 95 make 97?
    wrong, it doesn't work that way, its not 1 to 1
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