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I have a dinan m3 now with stage 3 software, cai, throttle body and exhaust all from dinan. i am thinking about changing the software and intake to conforti shark injector and the conforti cold air system with the foam intake filter. Any advise or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
If you already have the Dinan Equipment installed why would you spend money on the conforti?
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well from what ive heard the conforti does offer substantial gains over dinan, and dinan actually well, isn't that great they are way to conservative and when i first started modding my car i was niave to that fact, so if anyone has done both mods or has afriend with one and they have the other advise would be great. thanks
from what ive read, conforti is better than dinan however that could be bullshit, but the bottom line is: EVERYWHER I READ CONFORTI BEATS DINAN, dinan though, does make some solid shit though- if ur concerned w/ THE BEST OF THE BEST, and u really want to find the chip that offers the biggest gains, you should do ur own research, but if this helps, all the tech sites i went to said conforti made the best chips
hmm man dont spend your money, your doing ok at the moment neways
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