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    If your car is what your username is. I'd love more info on it @twin5557m5
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    Yes the car is a 1991 M5. After hurting the motor I decide to do a turbo setup I wanted something that would be street able and at the same time made good reliable power so we decided on a twin turbo setup. I am not shooting for max power even throw the setup is capable for 900 plus WHP that would not be realistic and reliable for the street. From all calculation and conservative 15 to 17llbs on 93 octane the motor should make around 650 to 700whp. It is a work in process and I will be happy to share the progress with the board as we move along. The Motor and tranny has being built and back in the car and now waiting to get the car in with the fabricator. The Motor is now 3,9 using the Dinan 3.9 stoker crank mated to custom Carrillo billet rods and custom 8.75.1 Wiseco piston mates with the euro 3,8 head and throttle bodies with extensive head work and custom cams.

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    That sounds like a mean build, and a lot of work will have to be done for it. That is a crazy setup and can yield great power. I'm in for pics!!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by twin5557m5 Click here to enlarge
    Yes the car is a 1991 M5. After hurting the motor I decide to do a turbo setup I wanted something that would be street able and at the same time made good reliable power so we decided on a twin turbo setup. I am not shooting for max power even throw the setup is capable for 900 plus WHP that would not be realistic and reliable for the street. From all calculation and conservative 15 to 17llbs on 93 octane the motor should make around 650 to 700whp. It is a work in process and I will be happy to share the progress with the board as we move along. The Motor and tranny has being built and back in the car and now waiting to get the car in with the fabricator. The Motor is now 3,9 using the Dinan 3.9 stoker crank mated to custom Carrillo billet rods and custom 8.75.1 Wiseco piston mates with the euro 3,8 head and throttle bodies with extensive head work and custom cams.
    Yes, very, very interested in the progress.

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