BMW M3 tuned by G-Power

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Here is a souped up version of BMW’s popular sports coupe, M3 which is super tuned by G-Power. The production M3 model has 420 bhp but in stage 1, the Compressor system EVO-SK I adds another 105 bhp which makes a total of huge 527bhp. Here we brief you on the modifications done on the 1st and 2nd stages.

BMW M3 G-Power Stage 1 modifications-

  • ASA T1-17 superchargers including over running clutch ASA K05
  • Supercharger lubrication through bypass from motor oil circuit
  • Ultra stiff CNC shaped supercharger bracket system made from aluminium pneumatic controlled, engine load related boost control
  • Flow optimized, large volumetric fresh air intake and racing air filter.
  • 8 x fuel injectors with enlarged mass flow.
  • Optimized exhaust conduction through a back pressure reducing G-POWER full stainless-steel sport rear silencer with 4×83mm tailpipes featuring the M-design look.
  • Custom made software for the standard BMW engine and SMG- transmission electronic control unit.

BMW M3 G-Power Stage 2 modifications-

  • An ASA supercharger with enlarged mass flow rate (ASA TM1- 17HD)
  • G-POWER SPEEDFLOW exhaust system (export only).
  • optimized exhaust conduction through dynamic pressure reduced exhaust system including first catalysts replacement pipes.
  • Racing stainless-steel catalysts and intermediate muffler.
  • Adjustment of the ECU software to the enlarged mass flow rate.

BMW M3 Coupe Image Gallery

IAB Comment– If you own a BMW M3 and want to fit it with the G-Power package, then why not head to the G-Power website to learn more.

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