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Posted by bill on February 14, 2000 at 08:13:02:

In Reply to: Turbo, the bigger the better? posted by kris on February 13, 2000 at 21:17:16:

OBD II turbo set ups. The consensus so far has been TC for OBDI and SC for ODBII.

I heard that the AA OBDII turbo is still in the works.

As far as having different AA TC options: stage I, II, II+ or III, those are only for OBDI cars.

for 15K, AA can install a turbo in your 97 M3, but it isnt a true OBD II system and you dont have the different stage options (but, from what I understand, that kit produces 400+ hp). I have yet to talk to someone who has done this set up????

I think for your 97 M3, you should probably think about SC'ing....if you are concerned about reliability, etc., or wait until a true OBDII TC system is out.

My 2 cents.




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