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      10-23-2021, 01:49 AM   #1
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F10 2015 M5 60-130 Review

Just wanted a sanity check before start digging into this. Just got car back from shop which is a whole other story.

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I would have expected to be in the high 6s atleast . Supposedly car dynoed at 680whp and rough same torque which even then I thought was low but but said wanted to keep it conservative until for break-in period and then would but to max 700 because stock externals.
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      10-23-2021, 07:23 AM   #2
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Yeah, that looks well below what Id expect with those mods. Obviously DA, fuel quality, wind direction etc play a role, but even assuming none of these to be optimal, Id expect noticeably better
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      10-23-2021, 11:12 AM   #3
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Using 93 octance and altitude is same where car was tuned here in Texas.
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      10-23-2021, 11:35 AM   #4
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Using 93 octance and altitude is same where car was tuned here in Texas.
Only dragy runs I've done was when I was running DPs on the stock tune and my 100-200 km/h times were mid 7s so based on those times, your 60 - 120 mph looks way off for the mods you have. Probably a good idea for you to compare with other 60 -130 times posted on dragy for M5s running similar mods to yours, but I have little doubt your number will come up shy
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      10-23-2021, 02:18 PM   #5
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Could also just switch draghy to metric and it should have a 100-200kph version. There's definitely more of those posted around. There's a thread on here with quite a few posted times.
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      10-24-2021, 05:58 AM   #7
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very slow....test on straight road not uphill
Yes, didnt notice the incline. Definitely test on a level stretch before chasing what may be ghosts
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Thats what i got with mine 2016 M6 ST2
RK dps, Eventuri intake, CFS coolers
Is that good or i can push it harder?
Had difficulties because of HWY traffic )) so I tried only twice
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Thats what i got with mine 2016 M6 ST2
RK dps, Eventuri intake, CFS coolers
Is that good or i can push it harder?
Had difficulties because of HWY traffic )) so I tried only twice
Your run measured a 60-120, not 60-130.
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Thats what i got with mine 2016 M6 ST2
RK dps, Eventuri intake, CFS coolers
Is that good or i can push it harder?
Had difficulties because of HWY traffic )) so I tried only twice
Your run measured a 60-120, not 60-130.
Yea thats what it says 60-120
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Yea thats what it says 60-120
As for you, OP, your numbers should definitely better. What gear/mph are you starting in? Personally, I start in 3rd around 50mph and only shift once before reaching 130. That's given me my best numbers and I've logged about 80 60-130 pulls.

For reference, my f06 m6 comp ran 8.81 when it was stock.


Also, what tuner did you go with?
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its is tricky with gears (cant really test it hard no time and when have time HWY in traffic) I did 3rd or 4th gear and shift once.
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Dam its weird any idea what should be good numbers for st2 and my setup?
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As for you, OP, your numbers should definitely better. What gear/mph are you starting in? Personally, I start in 3rd around 50mph and only shift once before reaching 130. That's given me my best numbers and I've logged about 80 60-130 pulls.

For reference, my f06 m6 comp ran 8.81 when it was stock.


Also, what tuner did you go with?
i get better time when i start from second gear, but with good Toyo R888R tire
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I'm currently only getting ~9.6 for my 60-130 time on my stock 15' comp M5 DCT. Unfortunately, I only have access to 91 octane currently.

My 6 year old MPSS still spin if I punch it at 60mph so that might also be part of my issue.

FYI 1/4 mile is 12.16@121 on the street with vbox, so I'm thinking new tires are on order soon. Maybe some boostane.
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its is tricky with gears (cant really test it hard no time and when have time HWY in traffic) I did 3rd or 4th gear and shift once.
tuner PE TUNED (Performance Eurowerks)
Dam its weird any idea what should be good numbers for st2 and my setup?
Yeah, definitely don't start in 4th for a 60-130 pull . Ideally, you'd start in 3rd and shift once into 4th mid pull. It takes a lot of practice to find the sweet spot for your car, though. With your set up (assuming everything's running as it should) you should definitely be in the high 6's. I'm mid 7's in ideal conditions, but 7.7/7.8 on higher DA days. That was on my stage 2 set up. I've yet to try it with my new mods.

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i get better time when i start from second gear, but with good Toyo R888R tire
Ahhhh lucky! Are you running a upgraded diff brace?

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I'm currently only getting ~9.6 for my 60-130 time on my stock 15' comp M5 DCT. Unfortunately, I only have access to 91 octane currently.

My 6 year old MPSS still spin if I punch it at 60mph so that might also be part of my issue.

FYI 1/4 mile is 12.16@121 on the street with vbox, so I'm thinking new tires are on order soon. Maybe some boostane.
What's your DA on those runs? Fuel also plays a big part. I ran boostane constantly on my previous m6gc for 2 straight years with zero issues. I would take it from pump 93 to 96-98. Made a difference. And yes, you need tires lol I had MPSS prior to the 4S's and its a huge difference. Let alone a older set of MPSS.
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Yeah, definitely don't start in 4th for a 60-130 pull . Ideally, you'd start in 3rd and shift once into 4th mid pull. It takes a lot of practice to find the sweet spot for your car, though. With your set up (assuming everything's running as it should) you should definitely be in the high 6's. I'm mid 7's in ideal conditions, but 7.7/7.8 on higher DA days. That was on my stage 2 set up. I've yet to try it with my new mods.



Ahhhh lucky! Are you running a upgraded diff brace?



What's your DA on those runs? Fuel also plays a big part. I ran boostane constantly on my previous m6gc for 2 straight years with zero issues. I would take it from pump 93 to 96-98. Made a difference. And yes, you need tires lol I had MPSS prior to the 4S's and its a huge difference. Let alone a older set of MPSS.
nop stock diff brace and running fine
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What's your DA on those runs? Fuel also plays a big part. I ran boostane constantly on my previous m6gc for 2 straight years with zero issues. I would take it from pump 93 to 96-98. Made a difference. And yes, you need tires lol I had MPSS prior to the 4S's and its a huge difference. Let alone a older set of MPSS.
DA is pretty good, cool fall days so likely around +300.

Will definitely run Boostane next season. I'm probably going to run re71r's. I really liked them on the f80 , and treadlife doesn't bother me with the little mileage I put on.
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