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Old 01-14-2004, 11:49 PM   #1
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Smile any shops in ny,nj,pa familiar with fi????

hey i tried to do a search but couldnt find anything, are there any shops in the ny, nj, pa area that know what they're doing in terms of supercharging/turboing bmw's? i guess im more worried about the ppl installing and tuning whatever kit i get than which kit to get, the kit is only as good as its tuner right?
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Old 01-15-2004, 01:56 AM   #2
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Old 01-15-2004, 04:19 PM   #3
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thanks a lot clem ill do a search on them
its funny that ur the one to tell me this and ur from canada
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If you get the ASA SK kit we can install it in my garage, its that easy.

O yea, I have heat in that sucker
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hey i tried to do a search but couldnt find anything, are there any shops in the ny, nj, pa area that know what they're doing in terms of supercharging/turboing bmw's? i guess im more worried about the ppl installing and tuning whatever kit i get than which kit to get, the kit is only as good as its tuner right?
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I plan to be opening up a shop in the DE area in the coming few months.

You can find out more about me over on Bimmerforums as far as my reputation in FI stuff. I have designed and built a twin-screw positive displacement SC kit for the 1993 325is, and plan to move into the OBDII E36, and E46 cars in the not too distant future.

I would be happy to look at doing your install when the time comes!

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I plan to be opening up a shop in the DE area in the coming few months.

You can find out more about me over on Bimmerforums as far as my reputation in FI stuff. I have designed and built a twin-screw positive displacement SC kit for the 1993 325is, and plan to move into the OBDII E36, and E46 cars in the not too distant future.

I would be happy to look at doing your install when the time comes!

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hey steve i remember u, im on bimmerforums as well, hows the twinscrew project coming along, are u making kits yet?? for an e46?
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If you get the ASA SK kit we can install it in my garage, its that easy.

O yea, I have heat in that sucker
hey crispvx doesnt teh asa require tuning, otherwise u get a ses light?
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hey crispvx doesnt teh asa require tuning, otherwise u get a ses light?
Nope, all you need to do is set the ASA tronic correctly and no SES lights. I have been running the kit since the summer and I have zero issues.
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Old 01-17-2004, 02:13 AM   #9
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crispvx im just doing my research right now, i want to know exactly what im doing when i do it so i wanted to ask around to see if i can get a sc installed when i do get it but if i do decide with the ASA ill definately hit u up, ur pulling some nice numbers on ur car, btw u have pics of ur car? other than the one with the purple headed guy?
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hey steve i remember u, im on bimmerforums as well, hows the twinscrew project coming along, are u making kits yet?? for an e46?
The project has been moving MUCH more slowly than I would like, but my car has been running flawlessly for 7 months and 3300 miles.

I will be moving into E46 territory ASAP. Just have to work out some issues, and get access to a vehicle for fit up...

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The project has been moving MUCH more slowly than I would like, but my car has been running flawlessly for 7 months and 3300 miles.

I will be moving into E46 territory ASAP. Just have to work out some issues, and get access to a vehicle for fit up...

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