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There would be TWO reasons. (archive)

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Posted by Jim Conforti on April 28, 2000 at 23:00:31:

In Reply to: How come I cant find #s on JC euro hfm kit? posted by 95M on April 27, 2000 at 12:45:38:

First being that I *invented* the HFM kit back
in 1996 as sort of a whim, working with racer
TC Kline as my initial test "guinea pig".

It sort of goes with the notion that the
INVENTOR of something will usually have
it right, and the people who try to follow
along, never seem to have all the info
to get it 100%. Unlike making an intake,
programming is not so easy to duplicate.

Second (that you didn't find the right info)
because you are looking in the wrong spot.

If you look on the link you'll see the info.

A long time ago, the actual dyno charts were
posted on Maximum Performance's site in Miami
as they were the dyno that was used.

Someone may still have a copy somewhere. If they
do, you'll find the numbers match identically.

The entire system gained some 28+hp at peak.

It's also what I run daily on my 1995 M3


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