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Re: Getting Turbo (archive)

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Posted by m3niko on September 11, 2000 at 19:12:39:

In Reply to: Getting Turbo posted by PC on September 11, 2000 at 16:35:10:

The exhaust upgrade won't affect the turbo install. You can go ahead and do it without worrying about wasting money. The HFM is a different story.....

I assume you want to install a Euro HFM at this point. I don't know which turbo kit you're eyeing, but for argument's sake, I'll assume an AA kit. The Stage 1 AA kit uses the stock HFM meter. Thus, you would end up removing the Euro HFM from your car. The Stage 2 kit uses the Euro HFM, so you could most likely reuse it (and save a little money later).

Email me if you have any more questions.

'95 M3 turbo

I plan on getting a turbo charger for my 95 M3. It has about 52000 miles on it. I plan on getting the turbo next summer. But for now i want to install the HFM and an AA Exhaust. If I do this will it be pointless? Will I need to take them off when i do the Turbo. Someone also told me I have too many miles for a turbo, Is that true? What other mods can I do? (I have the intake and the chip)

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