When G-power conducted tune-ups to the BMW M3 Sports Car, the resulting performance of the car achieved unprecedented milestones.
The results in the high-speed test in Nardo, Southern Italy where the G-Power BMW M3 SK II was entered prove that the G-Power supercharger tune-up system really works. The car reached speeds of 333 kilometers per hour, the highest in its 570 horsepower category. Only two other cars achieved higher speeds but both were powered by 900 and 1000 Horse power engines.
This sensational performance of the 2011 G-P0wer BMW M3 SKII is due to the components in the G-Power tune-up process known as the Super Charger System SKII “Sporty Drive”. The ASA supercharger employed by the system makes full use of the car engine to attain maximum power. The technology used is derived from AVL technologies which has partnered with G-Power to develop the software essential to optimum engine control.Tests prove that after the splendid performance made by the Sports Car, there was no evidence of overuse in the engine’s combustion chambers. For road tires, G-Power used the Michelin Pilot Super Sports to handle the challenging 1,500 mile test distance. Aerodynamic changes were also made complementary to the G-Power GM3 RS coilover suspension that improved the overall performance of the car.