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Old 06-11-2013, 11:06 AM   #21
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:08 AM   #22
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:12 AM   #23
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You don't get the point...and you don't get forced induction.
Ok and whats your point make it clear? Because only thing you write is "buy a tt kit from g" and don't explain why!?
If you are not capable to do a boost kit or explain in please just stop saying it!
If you say u want a better diff and i told you to put a 350z diff in your ride you will say wtf and wont doit but if i explain you why this is what you looking for and any other diff have been place on it i probably will think about it and do it, but hey a lot other people boost non M and they don't use any kit from this guys.
And I am not rich to spend a lot of money on this, and wont pay nobody else to do what i know and i can do!


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Old 06-11-2013, 11:15 AM   #24
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Ok and whats your point make it clear? ...
And I am not rich to spend a lot of money on this, and wont pay nobody else to do what i know and i can do!
Already mentioned the reason...as did others. You don't care.

If you know you can do it then go ahead...do it...don't forget to come back here when you figure it out.
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:17 AM   #25
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Guy will tear apart his motor, strap on a turbo kit, attempt to tune it cheaply.... car will be for sale on ebay as a "Turbo 325 M3 Killer" after he realizes it runs really poorly.
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:18 AM   #26
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So you don't know either whats the differences on a kit? You never ready you never try to save money you dont know DIY thanks god you done then!

Im asking to real people who have boost on they cars and what differences and what they did not people who see a high price and think its better, or because you hear it from someone else.
I don't need you to tell me to buy something that has same thing i do have already! Get real


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Old 06-11-2013, 11:18 AM   #27
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:21 AM   #28
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:23 AM   #29
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Hardware is the same tuning is what changes everything i will not put a 200$ on my ride but i will doit right, and kit is almost same for every company who made then


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Jajaja and why you put this under you name?! Jajja because you are one of those people who pay 350$ at local dealership for and oil change because dont know where your oil filter is located? Lmao some of you guys are dumb riches stupids as you say it on you picture!

I never said nothing about a cheap tuning get that on mind, but boost kit they wont put grease and a finger on my ass with that price


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Jajaja and why you put this under you name?! Jajja because you are one of those people who pay 350$ at local dealership for and oil change because dont know where your oil filter is located? Lmao some of you guys are dumb riches stupids as you say it on you picture!

I never said nothing about a cheap tuning get that on mind, but boost kit they wont put grease and a finger on my ass with that price


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I have no doubt that you can install a turbo kit yourself from what I've read.

The problem in a nut shell is this: What do you do about getting your ECU to accept the new turbo hardware that was just bolted on? That's why everyone is saying "Nick G", because he figured it out.

If you're as serious as you seem, the only forum member I'd currently be in contact with is here........http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showpos...79&postcount=6
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:38 AM   #33
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I have no doubt that you can install a turbo kit yourself from what I've read.

The problem in a nut shell is this: What do you do about getting your ECU to accept the new turbo hardware that was just bolted on? That's why everyone is saying "Nick G", because he figured it out.

If you're as serious as you seem, the only forum member I'd currently be in contact with is here........http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showpos...79&postcount=6
WOWWWWWWW THANKS FINALLY SOMEONE HERE HAS SOME KNOWLEDGE AND TELL WHY!!!!!
So he has been the only one who can get through this! So does he tune cars with others kit not belong to him or just his kits?


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install all the hardware, then since you're so close, send it to nick g and have him tune it.
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Not trying to be a dick, but you will not get it to run correctly on the stock ecu without codes/issues. Just trying to save you the headache.
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Start listening...the only reliable way to tune the DME on this car for a turbo is Nick G...secondly the supercharger will net you very little in regards to power. Nick G sells a VERY awesome TT kit for this car and at the end of the day will be cheaper than the setup you're attempting to piece together.

Or you can go the full custom route and require a piggyback engine management setup...have fun spending less than 6k on the total kit now.

Seriously dude...pull your head out of your ass and listen.

3 Clear times it was mentioned previously...and I almost guarantee Nick G will not tune your setup as he is very busy.
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:48 AM   #35
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Yes they say it before but never tell why! Till this member say HE IS ONLY ONE WHO HAVE DONE IT, something that nobody else did, so know i know i need to call then and find out when they can tune it for me and what stuff they need to be on the car before i send it there!
But i only need around 400$ to complete my kit and put on top 500-800 on tuning max, it will be way less than 6k+


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So he has been the only one who can get through this! So does he tune cars with others kit not belong to him or just his kits?

He's a forum member like anyone else, but he figured things out. PM him and show him some Respect, he may just help you out.

The rest is up to you.
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Yes of course i will and thanks you very much


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He is also running a ProEFI EMS tuned by FSR Motorsport...the EMS and tuning alone is surely over 4k.
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Ouch why is so expensive the tuning?


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The ProEFI I think goes for around $2500...I don't know exactly how much FSR charges per hour for tuning but if there was troubleshooting involved then the price obviously goes up.

I would imagine the tuning would be around $500 without problems or troubleshooting...

Plus the parts for the harness to piggyback onto the car...and parts for the ProEFI (solenoids, etc...)

So $4000 giving some safety factor.
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