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      07-31-2018, 11:43 PM   #1
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M2 Competition dyno charts? UPDATED with first dyno results (crank) (Sep 2018)

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Has anyone seen the power / torque numbers charted against RPM?

UPDATE (September 2018) by Artemis:

First M2C dyno test results: see post #19 and post #20 of this thread:
  • Official values: 410 hp output and 550 Nm torque
  • Sep 27, 2018 (Germany): 439.3 hp output and 615.6 Nm torque
  • Sep 28, 2018 (Germany): 439.3 hp output and 607.6 Nm torque


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If you asking for a dyno, nothing yet. I’m sure new owner with hit dyno in next few weeks.
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If you asking for a dyno, nothing yet. I'm sure new owner with hit dyno in next few weeks.
Mine will early October, explain more on that soon...

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Mine will early October, explain more on that soon...

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Pre and post OPF dyno would be quite interesting. Not just for the Euro M2C owners, but future models for all brands.

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Pre and post OPF dyno would be quite interesting. Not just for the Euro M2C owners, but future models for all brands.
Don't worry the partner I am working with will definitely do that... I only need to get the info and details.

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Don't worry the partner I am working with will definitely do that... I only need to get the info and details.

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What kind of dyno you guys use over there? Dynojet seems to be the most popular here.
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Has anyone seen the power / torque numbers charted against RPM?
See page 3: https://www.press.bmwgroup.com/switz...80266DE/406274
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That looks pretty good. Lots of immediate torque.
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That looks pretty good. Lots of immediate torque.
No imagine without OPF, with both curves shifted upwards 10 or 15%
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No imagine without OPF, with both curves shifted upwards 10 or 15%
My God can you imagine that... 😊😊😊

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That graph is factually inaccurate, the HP and TRQ have to cross over at 5252 considering HP is just a function of torque. Gives an idea of the power curve though.
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That rule is only true when:

1. Both units of power measure are imperial

AND

2. Both scales are the same.

In this case, neither are true.
Wow those are some great points. I'm a fool. Nevermind
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No imagine without OPF, with both curves shifted upwards 10 or 15%
No i don‘t think they will do that for the us spec cars (they certainly could for sure).
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No i don‘t think they will do that for the us spec cars (they certainly could for sure).
Can do that yourself with JB4 on the none opf cars...if all you want is to up the boost by 0.1-0.2 bar
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I‘m speaking about stock ecu US vs. EU
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I‘m speaking about stock ecu US vs. EU
Yes...was actually trying to reply to Lp01 but hit the wrong message
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Hey guys,

has anyone been on a dyno with his M2C meanwhile?
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Mine is going a dyno and a weighing scale within 2 weeks...

I hope I can get the graph.

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M2 Competition first dyno result by G-Power

G-Power shared the following on their Facebook page today:

BMW M2 Competition - is well feed despite gasoline particle filter!

Good news for all BMW M fans. During the initial measurement on the G-POWER all-wheel-drive dynamometer, the BMW M2 Competition shows that it is well feed despite the gasoline particle filter.

The measurement result of 438 (322 kW)/ 607 Nm is significantly higher than the factory specifications.

G-POWER is already working on a road-legal performance increase and an even stronger version for export.




More info here: G-Power Facebook page
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A friend got the dyno results of his M2 Competition (Sep 27, 2018 test - Germany): 439.3 hp output and 615.6 Nm torque.
Official values: 410 hp and 550 Nm.

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certainly gives some street cred to the "competition" part of the badge!
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A friend got the dyno results of his M2 Competition (Sep 27, 2018 test): 439.3 hp and 615.6 Nm.
EU or US, EU i guess?
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