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Old 03-09-2004, 08:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, I'm trying to start a list of manufacturers and/or companies that make Forced Induction kits for our E36's, (M3, 318,325,328,323,320,etc..) I know of these:


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I wish Greddy and Apex i' would come out with a turbo kit for the e36... they are top dawg companies, but unfortunetly a japan based..... AA turbo kits are aimed towards the rich bastards.......
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nopi has turbonetics turbo manifolds M's i dont know what all they would work on though

I may just build my own kit if I dont decide to stay NA
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yeah, I will put my own kit together when and if I decide to Turbocharge my existing BMW...... I just don't know if I want to keep a 4dr, or move along and pick up a 2dr.. oh, and you don't need some pre programed software crap for your computer, I would install and use a piggy back air/fuel controller to set the air/fuel ratio and consumtion to my custom levels at a dyno...







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do the Apexi fuel controllers work on our cars or with our motronics? I was looking at them when I had my SR20DET in my nissan
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yeah, they will work, I still have the diagrams of them from my talon when i installed the AFC and AVC-R
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was it hard to get it tuned right? a lot of the nissan guys said they were kind of a pain
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not hard at a dyno shop with some prior experience with them..... they are extremely easy to tune when you have an air/fuel gauge and an EGT (exhaust temp gas) gauge.. you know where you need to be under full throttle on both EGT and A/F and you are able to set the Hi throttle settings and the Low throttle settings for cruising.... I think the Apex i' electronics are the best out on the market right now for modded turbo cars...

AEM's Stand alone system is junk....my buddy ran that in his 866whp supra and was having major difficulties with it staying tuned and malfunctions.
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was that early aem stand alone I thought they had fixed their bugs
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yeah now they got it fixed, but i still wouldn't want that setup on a street car.... too much work to keep it tuned well....slightest temperature change, or weather change, or boost setting, and you have to do some major ass tuning.... just not practical for anything less than a race car...
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great list of websites guys.... It must be true that there aren't that many different companies that make turbo kits for the E36's... ohhhhh well..
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this is kind of a dumb question but is there a way to run no boost when u have a turbo so that u can save on fuel ie like so i don't have to spend money using power i don't need but when i need it i can just turn on a second fuel map and set the wastegate to a higher pressure is that possible
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