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1991 Dinan 8, one of fifty built
1991 Dinan 8, one of fifty built
BMW Dinan 2008 team SigalSport Daytona Prototype.
BMW Dinan 2008 team SigalSport Daytona Prototype.
BMW Dinan E39 M5 S62 engine in 2008 team SigalSport Daytona Prototype.
BMW Dinan E39 M5 S62 engine in 2008 team SigalSport Daytona Prototype.

Dinan Cars designs and manufactures aftermarket performance parts for BMW automobiles. The company was founded in 1979 by Steve Dinan and is headquartered in Opelika, Alabama.

Its parts are marketed through a network of authorized BMW dealers, independent auto repair shops and their website. Dinan-modified vehicles retain factory warranty coverage and qualify for BMW's Certified Pre-Owned program[citation needed]. 180 locations in the United States sell Dinan parts or cars, including 150 BMW dealerships.

Up to 2006, Dinan designed and manufactured performance parts for the Mini Cooper line. In addition Dinan had a history of building BMW racing engines for teams competing in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series Daytona Prototype class up until 2013.

History

Dinan was founded in 1979 by Steven Dinan, an engineering student at the time. It was incorporated in 1982 as Bavarian Performance, Inc. in Morgan Hill, California.[1] In 1988 it was renamed to Dinan Engineering, Inc.[2]

In 2013, Steve Dinan sold Dinan to Driven Performance Brands, a private equity group.[3]

In 2015, Steve Dinan left the company. He was succeeded as president by Brian Applegate.[4]

In 2018, Dinan relocated from Morgan Hill, California to Opelika, Alabama as part of a consolidation plan.[5]

Power Packages

E92 M3

Power Package 2 [6]

  • Deck Lid Badge
  • Performance Engine Software
  • Free Flow Exhaust
  • High Flow Carbon Fiber Intake
  • High Flow Throttle Bodies
  • Underdrive Pulley Kit
Specifications
Labor Hours/Installation Hours 13
Max HP Gain 39 @ 8500
Max Torque Gain 24 @ 6200
Peak Horsepower 451 @ 8300
Peak Torque 321 @ 7000
Peak HP Gain 37 @ 8300
Peak Torque Gain 21 @ 7000
BMW Factory Rated HP 414 @ 8300
BMW Factory Rated Torque 295 @ 3900

F87 M2

Power Package S2 [7]

  • Deck Lid Badge
  • Performance Engine Software
  • Turbo
  • Free Flow Exhaust
  • High Flow Carbon Fiber Intake
  • Coil-Over Suspension
  • Pedal Cover Set
  • Sway Bar Set
  • Rear Suspension Link Kit
  • Dual Core Intercooler
Specifications
Labor Hours/Installation Hours 34.4
Max HP Gain 101 @ 6500
Max Torque Gain 86 @ 4500
Peak Horsepower 446 @ 6500
Peak Torque 458 @ 4500
Peak HP Gain 91 @ 6000
Peak Torque Gain 27 @ 2500
BMW Factory Rated HP 365 (360 Measured)
BMW Factory Rated Torque 343 (404 Measured)

References

  1. ^ "Articles of Incorporation". California Secretary of State. Retrieved 14 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Certificate of Amendment". California Secretary of State. Retrieved 14 April 2021.
  3. ^ "Steve Dinan, performance tuning maestro, tells all". Hagerty Media Site. Retrieved 14 April 2021.
  4. ^ "Dinan takes a big step to Ganassi". Roundel. BMW Car Club of America: 31. April 2015. ISSN 0889-3225.
  5. ^ "High-performance auto tuning company Dinan moving to Opelika". Retrieved 13 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Dinan E92 M3 P2 Power Package 2008-2013". Dinan, Leader in BMW Performance Parts and Upgrades. Retrieved 2016-01-06.
  7. ^ "Dinan S2 M2 Performance Package Upgrade". BMW Discount Parts. Retrieved 2017-08-02.

External links

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