Interlagos Blue Metallic over Crème/Black
Brighton Motorsports is pleased to present this very distinctive 2006 BMW M5 finished in Interlagos Blue Metallic paint. While the 2006-2010 BMW M5 is known for its V10 power, excellent handling, and its luxury refinements, This 2006 BMW M5 has been treated to some Dinan modifications that really wake it up and allow it to significantly outperform a standard M5. The DINAN modifications start with a bored and stroked 5.8L version of the 5.0L V10. For those seeking the ultimate high performance driving experience, Dinan has once again redefined M5 performance with a bored and stroked 5.8 liter version of BMW’s V-10 engine. The engine produces over 600 horsepower along with stump-pulling torque that exceeds 400 lb-ft from just 3000 rpm right to 8100 rpm. As incredible as BMW’s V-10 is in stock form, just imagine the acceleration that results from an additional 126 horsepower @ 5800 rpm and 116 lb-ft torque @ 5600 rpm! Equally impressive is the fact that all of this performance is available without sacrificing BMW-like drivability. The engine is supplied as an assembled long-block, fully prepared to directly replace the stock engine without modification. The 5.8L Stroked engine produces an incredible 611 hp @ 7500 rpm and 468 lb-ft torque @ 6000 rpm. Acceleration Test Results for the DINAN BMW M5 with 5.8L Stroked Engine is 0-60 MPH: 3.8 seconds 1/4 mile: 11.9 seconds at 124.8 mph.
To complement the increased displacement, This BMW was also treated to Dinan’s high flow Carbon Fiber air box’s and mass air flow meters. Dinan’s High Flow Air Mass Meter and Intake Assemblies reduce the intake restriction presented by the stock configuration for a better breathing engine. Increasing the flow of cool, oxygen rich air increases power output by 21 horsepower, as well as providing improved throttle response. The Dinan® High Flow Air Mass Meters are also included, providing a full 22% increase in air flow. A Dinan free flow exhaust system was also added to the mix. The mufflers are manufactured from 100% 304 stainless steel inside and out for maximum resistance to corrosion and nearly a 30% reduction in weight, eliminating over 20 lbs.
19” Dinan wheels were added along with Dinan by Brembo Front & Rear brakes. The upgraded Dinan / Brembo front & rear brakes feature 380mm Rotors with Aluminum Hats, 6-Piston Mono-Block Aluminum Calipers, Goodridge DOT/TUV Approved Stainless Steel Brake Lines, Mounting Brackets and Assembly Hardware, Dinan-spec Ferodo Brake Pads with Sensor Provision.
A Dinan Carbon Fiber front strut tower brace along with a Dinan Carbon Fiber Rear Shock Tower Brace were installed to help increase rigidity between the front & rear shock towers and overall handling.
The E60 M5 was introduced in 2005, with an uneven firing V10 engine and 7 speed sequential manual gear box linking the car with the BMW Sauber Formula One program. The E60 M5 was the world’s first production sedan to feature a V10 petrol engine and 7 speed sequential manual gear box. As with some of its predecessors, the E60 variant of the M5 was both the quickest and fastest 4-door sedan in the world at the time of its release.
Other unique M5 features include a wider track, unique body panels, 7-speed SMG III sequential manual gearbox, also known as a single-clutch automated manual transmission, a color heads up display featuring navigation, control messages, speed, rpm and gear selection information, automated seat side bolsters, heated/ventilated seats and power rear curtain. The larger, flared front guards on either side also featured cooling vents, reminiscent of the 1970s BMW CSL.
The E60 M5 was the most successful M5, despite being on the market for one year shorter than the E39 M5. During its five-year run, 20,548 units were built composing of 19,523 saloons and 1,025 wagons. 8,800 were sold in the U.S., all of the sedan variety.
The E60 uses an odd firing V10 which has won multiple World Engine of the Year awards, S85 engine produces 500 hp and 380 lb·ft of torque. The engine and transmission were designed from scratch for this particular model; they are not based on other models.
The BMW M5, was designed to use the new Getrag SMG III single-clutch seven-speed semi-automatic transmission, that performs gear shift in 65 milliseconds. The SMG III sequential manual includes features like a hill holder, a designated drive program for steep climbs and descents, and a downshift assistant, which briefly dips the clutch to avoid destabilizing wheel spin as well as a pseudo-automatic mode
The M5 features several Formula One-inspired engine and transmission controls. There is launch control, which allows maximum performance standing starts automatically. The Getrag SMG III single-clutch semi-automatic transmission has the option of changing to either automated or manual, as well as the speed at which shifts are completed (there are 11 shift programmes in total, forming what BMW calls Drivelogic). Manual shifting can be done with either a console shifter, or the steering wheel mounted shift paddles, both of which are fitted to all SMG M5s.
The Dinan BMW M5 has only 57,000 miles and is in great condition and ready to be driven. Here’s your chance to own a newer BMW M5 Stroked V10 making over 600HP. Please call Brighton Motorsports @ 480-483-4682 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Nationwide financing and delivery can be arranged.