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Old 03-22-2004, 09:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Got a little info from another forum that may be of interest. I think we have dicussed this before but I think this is the most current information. This FI puts out 439HP at only 7600 RPM. That sounds to me like it will equal reliability plus power. If you build it they will come.




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Wonder if that would work on my Roadster?
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I think the only factor could be space. You could email AA to find out.
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Wonder if that would work on my Roadster?
here you go "Dear Sir,
as you probably know we have just finished our S54 M3 E46 supercharger kit in prototype configuration, we will be delivering the kits in June or July .We hope to be doing a ZM3 with the S54 soon so we can have systems for those owners as well. Currently the system is making 430-440 flywheel Hp with 5.5-6 psi of boost on a stock motor.So if you decide on a ZM3 with S52 or S54 we should be able to help you . Let us know if we can be of further help."
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I still say that AA needs to switch to a positive displacement supercharger... they will get alot better performance IMHO
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