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The BMW E39 M5 Eventuri intake is designed to offer a complete solution as an upgrade to the stock airbox system. Our aim was to develop an intake system for the S62 engine which worked with the stock ECU map and MAF sensors and produced a genuine improvement in the driving experience. With Our Patent Pending Venturi housing, we have ensured that the airflow remains as laminar as possible. Furthermore, the addition of a true cold air feed by adding scoops integrated with the front fog lamps results in the lowest possible inlet air temperature. This leads to an optimized intake system that delivers noticeable performance gains consistently.
The E39 M5 Eventuri system uses our Patent Pending Carbon fiber Housings with our bespoke Gen-2 filter which provides an aerodynamically efficient airflow path from the filter to the inlet tubes. Not just another cone filter with a heat shield but a unique design that invokes the Venturi affect.
- Perfect Shape and Design
- Carbon Fibre Venturi housings
- High Flow generation 2 Air Filters
- Aluminum Cowls for smooth airflow entry
- Foglamp surrounds with integrated air ducts
- Flexible Neoprene air ducting sections
- Laser Cut Aluminium Shields
- Laser Cut Custom Brackets
- High-quality Silicon couplers with BMW specification hose clamps
- Performance Gain: 8-12hp, 8-10ft-lb
Below is a dyno graph showing the comparison between the Eventuri and the stock airboxes on a standard F-Type 5.0l Supercharged. As you can see, power and torque are increased through a large portion of the rpm range with an almost 35ft-lb increase at 5000rpm. On the road, this increase in power and torque can be felt with a sharper part throttle and full throttle response and a more aggressive power delivery all the way to the redline. The testing was done on the same day back-to-back and temperatures were monitored to ensure consistency.
- 2001 Bmw E39 M5
- 2002 Bmw E39 M5
- 2003 Bmw E39 M5
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