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    • Torque Monster - BPC builds a 903 lb-ft of wheel torque compound boost BMW E90 335d M57

      We are not using the term torque monster lightly here. BPC (Bimmer Performance Center) has by far the strongest diesel BMW's in the United States. Just take a look at their Stage 1-4 tuning packages for the M57 diesel which can get you over 400 wheel horsepower and 600 wheel torque.


      This is a whole new level though:


      903 lb-ft of torque at the wheels! How? What in the world are they doing?

      @Phil@BPC is keeping things quiet for now but we had to publish this dyno sheet as it's insane.

      BimmerBoost will bring you more details on this beast as soon as we get them.




      This article was originally published in forum thread: BPC, 902 wtq? started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 15 Comments
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        @Phil@BPC nothing on this???
      1. Phil@BPC's Avatar
        Phil@BPC -
        Sorry its been crazy around the shop here. Yes this is the built 335d, we are still going over everything for driveability but hope to have more information soon.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Phil@BPC Click here to enlarge
        Sorry its been crazy around the shop here. Yes this is the built 335d, we are still going over everything for driveability but hope to have more information soon.
        I'll put up a teaser article in the meantime but holy crap!
      1. nbrigdan's Avatar
        nbrigdan -
        Holy $#@! that's a lot of torque.
      1. Phil@BPC's Avatar
        Phil@BPC -
        Thanks Sticky!
      1. CobraMarty's Avatar
        CobraMarty -
        And it rev's to 4800-4900 rpm! That's fantastic for a diesel.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        We are not using the term torque monster lightly here. BPC (Bimmer Performance Center) has by far the strongest diesel BMW's in the United States. Just take a look at their Stage 1-4 tuning packages for the M57 diesel which can get you over 400 wheel horsepower and 600 wheel torque.

        Click here to enlarge

        This is a whole new level though:

        Click here to enlarge

        903 lb-ft of torque at the wheels! How? What in the world are they doing?

        @Phil@BPC is keeping things quiet for now but we had to publish this dyno sheet as it's insane.

        BimmerBoost will bring you more details on this beast as soon as we get them.



      1. Mm3boost's Avatar
        Mm3boost -
        Damn that bottom end strength is amazing to handle that kind of torque hit.
      1. Phil@BPC's Avatar
        Phil@BPC -
        I do need to make one correction for this thread, this build compound boosted using hybrid turbos not a single turbocharger.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Phil@BPC Click here to enlarge
        this build compound boosted using hybrid turbos not a single turbocharger.
        My bad, I didn't have the exact specs so some guessing. Editing now.
      1. maxnix's Avatar
        maxnix -
        But seems totally illegal on the street, not unlike some of those Cummins Ram smoke belchers I have seen down here. Usually raised about 3 ft. into the air, also. Makes cornering and braking hilarious, but lane changing down right frightening.
      1. Bowser330's Avatar
        Bowser330 -
        Any dragy data to share BPC?
        0-60
        60-130
        etc
      1. alcuin's Avatar
        alcuin -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mm3boost Click here to enlarge
        Damn that bottom end strength is amazing to handle that kind of torque hit.
        bottom end and...Transmission Click here to enlarge


        wouldn't it be better to limit the torque to 700lb-ft and keep as smooth as possible from 2700 to 4300rpm?

        I mean, why peak power at 3400rpm when your car is able to reach 5k?
      1. Sticky2's Avatar
        Sticky2 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alcuin Click here to enlarge
        bottom end and...Transmission Click here to enlarge


        wouldn't it be better to limit the torque to 700lb-ft and keep as smooth as possible from 2700 to 4300rpm?

        I mean, why peak power at 3400rpm when your car is able to reach 5k?
        Power curve looks flat to me from 3k until redline...
      1. Bowser330's Avatar
        Bowser330 -
        How in Jesus's name is that 6hp26 withstanding 900ftlbs of torque?