M3post member Jonmartin’s G-power SKII Supercharger M3 has just put down a dyno run resulting in 604hp / 444lb tq at the crank! We are now starting to see monster #’s coming from M3post member’s cars.
AC Schnitzer has a black E89 Z4 in its stable and the tuning house is wasting no time in starting its customization. Plans include performance upgrades, a sports rear silencer and tailpipe trims, suspension optimization, aerodynamic components and interior accessories.
Looks like CarAdvice.com.au is only putting out a teaser for now, but it sounds like the car might not be that bad, here is their quote:
… as soon as you see it, you’ll agree it is one tough looking car. The engine was cranked, and barked into life with a growl. It settles into a deep gravely rumble, which is ready to make your ears bleed at any moment.
Absolutly amazing… that is all I can say. This beautiful titan silver Z4 already was equipped with OEM CF splitters are some large Hartge wheels. The result is amazing!
So I thought I would share my dynos with u guys. I have the full Gintani exhaust, pulley and custom tune from them. I also have the AFE dry filter and rpi scoops. This was after about 30 dyno runs. I also posted my runs with out the Gintani custom tune. As far as driving goes, the car pulls so hard its unreal.
The difference from stock is incredible, totally different car. Several people were given rides in my car and were left speechless, I love it. I cant thank the guys at Gintani enough. Everything Ive got from them has been backed up with real power gains. Thanks a lot guys, keep up the good work.
Enjoy unrestricted driving comfort and be prepared for every situation: you can achieve both with the AC Schnitzer high performance brake system for the BMW M3 (E90, E92, E93). The high quality brake system offers excellent performance and values which are usually only achieved by sports cars. In conjunction with the height-adjustable racing suspension (adjustable in compression and rebound) tested on the North Loop of the Nurburgring, the BMW M3 makes the heart of every sports car driver beat that bit faster.
BMW Tuner Hartge has finished their work on the X6 and here is the final result. You be the judge…
M3Post member complete his own Ericsson M3 conversion!. Damn!
Hamann announced that they now have a body kit to go with their tuning programme for the 2009 BMW 7 Series. Details are being kept under wraps for the moment except to say those tyres are running on 22-inch rims. Visually, components like a rear boot spoiler, a rear roof spoiler, four tailpipes and new side skirts can be spotted. The interior shows sporty pedals, and black leather seats and carpets stitched with the Hamann logo.
The previous-generation Hamann 7 (HM 7.1) was announced in 2005 and was based on the 760i/L. Hamman increased the factory V12 engine capacity from 6.0-litres to 7.1-litres and managed to release 510hp (375kW) and 728Nm of torque. The 0 - 100km/h time improved to 5 seconds while top speed went up … CONTINUED