BMW V10 S85
BMW V10 powered by Pectel ECU
03 July 2008
The SQ6M12 ECU has been used to run the BMW V10 engine as found in the E60 M5 and E63 M6 with great success.
The S85B50 is a high-revving engine designed to utilize power from a wide rev band. The standard engine has a redline of 8250 rpm, achieves over 100 bhp (70 kW)/litre and features a very high compression ratio of 12.0:1, beating the previous M3 of 11.5:1
• 5.0 Litre V10 engine, 507 hp (378 kW) @ 7750rpm/520 N·m (384 ft·lbf) torque @ 6100rpm
• Cast aluminum block with bed plate design split at the crankshaft axis
• Cast aluminum heads with four valves per cylinder and CNC machined ports and combustion chambers
• Valves are actuated though non-rotating inverted bucked cam followers
• Oil cooled forged aluminum pistons from Mahle Motorsport
• Forged steel crankshaft with counterweights
• Quad VANOS system which varies both intake and exhaust cam phasing
• 10 individual electronically controlled throttles
• Quasi-dry sump lubricating system
With the Pectel implementation this engine uses the stock sensors with no extra boxes or drivers needed! The SQ6M12 runs the fully functional dual vanos, electric oil pumps and its 10 cylinders fully sequentially to make over 600HP. Thanks to our carefully engineered system, the engine started and ran the first time - no additional changed or mods were needed.
* Engine development on request for different race classes.