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Old 01-09-2006, 11:05 AM
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Review of the Dinan S2 Package on a BMW X5 4.6is

Contributed by: ArtZ8

Well I got my X5 back yesterday evening.
I had it upgraded to a Dinan S2 (added CAI, Throttle body, Air flow meter,
Engine and Transmission software) I already had Dinan Exhausts and Strut Brace.


Initial impressions are noticeable intake noise along with exhausts( really
sounds awesome now), acceleration slightly better at low end, much better at
high end. 80 mph to 100 mph WOW!! I really do not notice any difference on
transmission shifting response( when manual shifting, it doesn't seem any
quicker)


According to the Dinan dyno charts should be 29hp improvement at 6500 rpm. It is
still fun to drive and the engine/exhausts is music causing me to be HEAVY on
the gas. (avg mpg has gone from 15.7 to 13.8)



Not sure what each item added, but I don't think I would get the transmission sw
if I was not trying to make mine a Dinan Signature vehicle.
















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