S65-EVO High Duration Camshaft Program

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The highest duration compatible with the VANOS system.

Schrick is the only brand in the world with this design for the S65.

Lightened, uprated valvetrain.

The components were carefully selected for optimal performance.

Optimized engine maps.

S65-EVO tuning solutions were developed on the road, and fine tuned on the dyno for all driving conditions.

A comprehensive package.

The kit includes the required BMW hardware to install the package, and refresh components.
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Specifications: 

  • Made in Germany 
  • Chilled cast iron 
  • Hollow construction
  • Compatible with VANOS and oiling system

    Installation Notes

    Professional installation by a highly competent shop is required.

    It's got chop!

    Unlike the V10, the first cold startup revealed some chop.
    Build Journal: A special series
    The challenge of diminishing returns.

    125hp/l out of a S65B40? Maybe.

    My intentions are to bring some form of clarity to this upgrade package, and hopefully give you more data in deciding whether it's right for your build, or not. 

    In this Special Series, I document the theory & unboxing, the installation, break-in procedures, tuning, and real world results on the road, and on the dyno.

    Cheers,
    - Matt / @m3_epoustouflant

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