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      07-19-2012, 10:47 AM   #91
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Originally Posted by Levi View Post
Only non-M3 drivers approve a turbocharged laggy low revving M3.

Cuz a torqueless high revving V8 M3 is any better? Turbo engine are pretty much lag free these days. With full boost below 2500rpm your not waiting very long.

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In the time of M3 E30, 7.200 RPM was high. Today any gazoline engine redlines at 7.000 RPM. So for a sportscar like M3, that costs 70.000 , it is low.
As you said below, its not about the redline but power delivery. A well engineered engine doesnt need to rev high itll make good power throughout the rev range.

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It is not a question of redline, but of how power is delivered. The N52 is more fun than the N54 and the S54 is even better than the nice N52.
Since when is a flat torque curve a bad way to deliver power? Unless youd rather feel the power kick in when you actually reach the power band cuz the low end is horrible?
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