Originally Posted by Ilia@IND
While testing for failure is a good way to get real-world results, it sure is expensive! As we are hoping not to replace any S63tu engines our goal will be to work with AMS to perform a great deal of computer analysis, and ideally identify and replace the parts that need some help to operate at our target power levels without any actual failures.
I believe that with some smart engineering it's possible to determine which parts need replacing to make our goal and design excellent replacement components for ourselves and the rest of the M5 community.
With regard to the size of the factory turbos... we wanted to find out their size and potential overhead for ourselves so we got a few.
Wait until the updates we have by April 1st!
Thanks! We'll keep M5Post updated as things progress.
Looks like variable vain technology but it isnt right? They already look aftermarket lol!
Looking forward to this guys!! (Finally someone stepping up and showing what they are doing and setting the ceiling high!)