AC Schnitzer has revealed its ACS5 M5 Tuning Package ahead of its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motorshow next week. The ACS5 package features both cosmetic and performance enhancements.
The F10 M5′s already potent S63Tu motor receives a power increase (via ECU tune) to 620hp / 790Nm (582lb-ft) torque. The growl coming from the M5 is enhanced via the AC Schnitzer twin sports silencer with valve control, with its chrome tailpipes.
The M5 is lowered on AC Schnitzer suspension spring kit and wheel options are the Type VIII racing and forged alloy rims in 21 inch, Type V forged alloy wheels in 20 inch and Type IV BiColor rims in the same size.
The ACS5 is covered in a matte blue color they call “Magic Blue” and extra bodywork … CONTINUED
G-POWER officially announces the full details and specs on its F10 M5 Bi-Tronik III package for the 2012+ BMW M5. Here’s the skinny on the M5 Bi-Tronik III:
640hp (+80hp over factory M5)
573lb-ft torque (+72 over factory M5)
0-100kmh (62mph) in 3.9 seconds
VMAX removed to up top speed to 315kmh / 195mph
Stainless steel sport rear muffler with “Deeptone” technology (4 x 100 mm tailpipes)
G-Power carbon ceramic braking system (up to 396 mm discs)
21″ Forged Silverstone RS and Silverstone Clubsport wheels (3 piece)
265/30 and 305/25 ZR rated tires
BMW tuner G-Power has announced on our facebook page. Their Stage 1 F10 M5 and F12/F13 M6 kit is good for pushing the V8 bi-turbo S63Tu engine to 640 hp / 575 lb-ft torque (780Nm) .
This is a +80hp / 74lb-ft gain over the new M5 and M6′s factory 560hp / 501lb-ft torque.
The G-Power F10 M5 tuning program offers:
G-Power Stage 1 tune – 640hp/780Nm (575 lb-ft) with VMAX removal. Good for more than 310km/h (192mph)
Quad stainless steel sport exhaust system
400mm Carbon Ceramic Brakes
21″ Forged Silverstone RS wheels (3 piece)
Compare this to PP-Performance’s F10 M5 Stage 1 tune which yields 620 HP / 553lb-ft.
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KKS has released its performance exhaust system for the 2012 BMW M5 (F10). The 3″ axle-back system raises the open valve sound of the M5 exhaust from 93db to 108db.
Video and first photos of the exhaust system as well as the first F10 M5 fitted with whiteline lights.
Since its recent European market introduction, many a M5 fan has been waiting to see the tuning potential of the new F10 M5 and its beefy 560hp bi-turbo S63Tu engine. The first F10 M5 ECU tune has now been released, by the German tuning company, PP-Performance.
They were recently able to crack the factory ECU and their Stage 1 tune added:
Gains: +60hp and +70Nm (51lb-ft) torque
New total output: 620 HP / 750Nm (553lb-ft) torque
The price for the stage 1 tune has been set at 3,499 € (euros). Their Stage 2 tune is already in the works, so expect even higher modified numbers from the F10 M5 soon.
With tuners already achieving 750hp with the S63 motor from the X5M/X6M (such as the Manhart biturbo M3), expect the same … CONTINUED
Sometimes it’s mad fun (and great sounding) to rip off some revs in your BMW in enclosed spaces such as tunnels or underground garage. So how would the 560hp F10 M5 MotoGP Safety Car with its Akrapovic exhaust system sound in the BMW Welt? As you can see in the video inside, pretty damn awesome!
The F10 M5 just recently hit the European market and won’t be released in the US until around September 2012, but as with most M cars, the aftermarket for new models from M seem to develop very quickly.
Kelleners Sport has just announced its fully adjustable coilover suspension kit for the newly released BMW M5 (F10).
The Kelleners F10 M5 coilovers feature separate and independently adjustable rebound and compression damping, allowing for tailored uses and preferences. The unique patented system with its two-stage valves allows a rebound damping adjustment (comfort) and a compression adjustment (driving dynamics) in the low-speed range while the high-speed range which controls the driving safety, is fixed.
Advantages of the Kelleners Sport coilover (per Kellners):
• Individually adjustable rebound- and compression technology
• Individually height adjustable
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The BMW F10 M5 has joined the stable of G-Power, a BMW tuner which has turned out some of the most potent BMWs in recent years. And they now have their energies directed a BMW M’s newest flagship sedan. They’ve teased their upcoming G-Power F10 M5 with:
It is here: The all new BMW M5 F10 has already arrived at G-POWER
History is repeating itself. Just like with the BMW M3 GTS one can observe that the first drive of the new BMW M5 F10 leads it directly to the G-POWER headquarters. Because the 53 additional horsepower for the new 4.4l V8 Bi-Turbo engine that add up to an output max of 560 hp are surely nice to have, but for the ones who know the products of … CONTINUED
The now retired V10 S85 engine from the E60 M5 and E63/E64 M6 continues to live on in many a project car and in racing applications.
Long time BMW tuner, Dinan, has just finished development of a custom BMW S85 motor, which has been bored and stroked to 5.8L (from 5.0L). Combined with performance cams, dry sump oil system, a racing exhaust, and custom software tune, this hopped up engine produced 720hp (@8300rpm) and 497lb-ft (@6900rpm) on 98 octane race gas. It was designed for use in the Riley Technologies MkXXV track day car.
Check out the engine’s dyno video inside.