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Re: Suitable for hot climate ?? (archive)

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Posted by Chris B. on September 24, 1998 at 01:13:41:

In Reply to: Re: Suitable for hot climate ?? posted by Chris B. on September 24, 1998 at 01:11:26:

Locate the company ERT on the www. They have some really well designed kits and info.

Chris B.

: Well, Dinan uses a Powerdyne brand supercharger in their kit. They were originallly made for 5.0 Mustangs and Dinan adapted it for BMW's. Same with the Vortech 's. ERT and other companies have adapted them for use with BMW's. Dinan charges $10,000 (us) while the other kits run $5000.00 to $6000.00 (us). They run supercharged cars in climates ranging from the humidity of florida to the shee heat of arizona so I'am pretty confident malaysia wouldn't be so tough.(if the stock system is adaquate there then a properly set up extra "Good" system should more than do the trick) Especially at the LOW boost levels you'd be usuing.

: Chris B.

: : Is it compatible with hot climate here in Malaysia ? You were saying about Powerdyne..all I could dig up in town is something sold via Dinan. Heard of it ?

: : p/s : Have two 528A to upgrade but undecided.

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