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mine is OBD 1, so it may not answer ?(more (archive)

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Posted by tampaturbom3 on April 28, 2000 at 23:03:00:

In Reply to: Turbo systems and OBD2 cars posted by Newbie-M3 on April 28, 2000 at 13:59:16:

there are several forced induction systems out there. some are turbo's (TC) and some are superchargers (SC). i have an Active Autowerke's system and have been very impressed. i am quite sure that i would not have been satisfied with the results from the SC. i am addicted to boost and have a desire to have the most acceleration that a street legal daily driven car can have,,,, the AA turbo rocks!
tommy 12.013 1/4mile on street tires
95 turbo m3, "plain jane looking",really fast!


: BMWers-

: Been researching the turbo systems on the M3 cars. Seems like most aren't that bulletproof. The cars run fine, but tend to have their idiosyncrasies. (i.e. pinging under load.) But it seems to be a software issue.

: I like the DINAN set-up though it's about $3k more. At least Dinan has built the system right.

: Anyone else with a take on the turbo systems? How about the Dinan ones. Are they are completely trouble free as promised?

: Thanks!

: -Newbie M3




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