BMW V12 on dyno with down draft intake

This is a BMW V12, modified by Powerplant Racing. 5.5 liters with ported heads, 10:1 compression, custom roller cams, custom down draft intake system, Electromotive engine management system, 450 hp. Contact powerplantracing@bellsouth.net for more info.

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