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Posted by Greg Zielinski on October 05, 1999 at 08:21:28:

In Reply to: Re: nitrous for an m3 posted by M on October 04, 1999 at 23:47:24:

Go Here. Complete FAQ about nitrous and Bimmers. I think the article makes it sound a little TOO safe if your doing it yourself. But If you have it done by someone who knows what NOS is all about. Then I think you can be safe. Quick note, the don't recommend you go over 50 boost HP.

http://members.aol.com/agspeed/bmw.htm

: Why NOS? Too many Supras kicking your butt on Westheimer or NOS-Mustangs at the Baytown drag strip? Try driving school/racing at the TX World Speedway racetrack or autocross with the PorscheCA, BMWCCA, or SCCA instead. Hang out with the Ferraris and Vipers instead of suped-up Accords and Mustangs.


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: : I have a '97 m3 coupe and am considering getting nitrous for it. Has anyone tried nitrous on an m3 or similar car? Which sytem is best(wet or dry)? How big a shot 50/75/100? Any problems? ANY ADVICE WOULD BE APPRECIATED

: : SHAWN
: : HOUSTON, TEXAS




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