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Tampa= how reliable is this current setup (archive)

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Posted by of yours? on February 14, 2000 at 01:30:29:

In Reply to: i think the diff of those isnot size of turbo(more posted by tampaturbom3 on February 13, 2000 at 22:13:45:

and how many miles do u have on your car? As my M3 is my daily driver reliability is a big issue.

: i think the difference is other components,, not turbo size. you would have to check the websight for sure, but im pretty sure on this. i would probably do stage 2+ since they already have the car for $ saving reasons,,, but if 420hp is enough for you..., then save the extra $. i cant ever seem to fully satisfy my total need for speed (kinda like gene lui)
: my car is on the way right now to be upgraded to stage 2+, and i cant wait!!!
: good luck
: tommy 12.013 and 121mph 1/4 mile

: : I have a '97 M3 with 22k and I was looking into a turbo system. I saw the AA stage 2, 420 hp, and the Stage 2+, which is 480 hp. Which would be a better investment considering labor and other neccessities to maintain the turob? (Or any other turbo system you might regard highly)

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