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Old 08-27-2004, 03:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so i was looking into some 325s to buy, im getting ready to step it up and i was searching around AAtuning and saw the supercharger kit for the 325, i emailed them for the price and some other info turns out the kit is only 4800$! thats hella good since it gives you about 90HP and they send you everything you need to p[ut it on in your own garage! they say as longas you can replace a cluth or remoive and replace a cylinder head you should be able to do this installation! the 90hp is pretty impressive! how much wear does a SC put on your car> what mileage should i look for on a 325 to make the supercharger most effective and not hurt to much of the engine?

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Old 08-27-2004, 04:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Adding forced induction to a 325i without upgrading main bearings is not a great idea. But if the added performance is used carefully with fully warm oil, I guess it will survive. But stock isn't designed for the added loads The milage depends totally on maintenance history B)
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you'd prolly be better off going for a N/A m3... 270-280bhp shouldnt be that hard to reach in a N/A M3. plus youve got better stock suspension, steering, etc...
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how much psi

i would go all motor and get

intake-300 10hp

intake mainfold-1000 15hp

headers-600 -10hp

trackpipe-600 -10hp

exhaust-600 -10hp

chip-200 20hp

cams-300 10hp

u get almost the same power for cheaper and it is NA
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trackpipe?

and those hp numbers arent right
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yeah i like the NA part of bmws, i just thought 4800 was a pretty good deal! but then i thought i dont need that for a nice tracking car, so yeah i think buuuuh's idea sounds good, even if the numbers arent right...?

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ya, those are very high numbers... think realistically
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i got the dyno graphs to prove all of them
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i got the dyno graphs to prove all of them
Awesome... Could you post the before and after dyno charts, corrected for temp and humidity, for each of ther parts listed seperatly and then for the whole package, so we can all see them.

Oh the dyno numbers were from the same exact dyno all done on the same day and with the same correction factors right?
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Old 08-30-2004, 11:23 AM   #10 (permalink)
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haha yeah dynos please

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