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Old 01-21-2004, 07:46 PM   #1
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Help deciding on SC's

Ok I am fairly new to SC's I have been reading about them in the forums for a while now, and I have seen a few in person. Basically since I decided to keep my 323 as an everyday car for a VERY long time and buy a fun weekend car, I want more power.

So basically here are my requirements, tell me what you think I should be looking at as the best company to go with.

A little about my car, its a 2000 323i, it has 85000 (yea I drive alot), still has the stock clutch which was replaced under warranty at 36k, I will probably replace this though, not sure with what yet.

Ok Priorities
1) Reliability, yes power is important but its an everyday car so I will lose a bit of power for something that is bullet proof

2) Power, smooth fairly even not much lag, basically I want to beat a 330 or G35 with no problem.

3) Price, is a factor but not as important as reliability.

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Old 01-23-2004, 09:50 AM   #2
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Anyone?? After reading alot of posts here I really like the ASA but does anyone know what kind of power it will make in a 323?
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I say go with AA my cousin has them and they did wonder for his cars....
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I remember Carbioguy's posts from a few monthes back. He was making more power then a M3 on an ASA SKI
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anyone give any info an the asa s/c kits?...their website sucks...
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anyone give any info an the asa s/c kits?...their website sucks...
search for info at www.rennsport.com
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Rennsports site isnt so great either. It gives me a price, but there are no dynos or specs that I can find. I am really beginning to like what I am hearing about the ASA kit, but I cant get any info for a 323. I even emailed Rennsport and havent heard back yet.
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Rennsports site isnt so great either. It gives me a price, but there are no dynos or specs that I can find. I am really beginning to like what I am hearing about the ASA kit, but I cant get any info for a 323. I even emailed Rennsport and havent heard back yet.
what i mean is go to the RENNsport forum and search for ASA infos..it has plenty
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