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Re: ECIS intakes and issues on the E36 board (archive)

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Posted by [email protected] on September 13, 2000 at 06:10:58:

In Reply to: ECIS intakes and issues on the E36 board posted by ChewToy on September 13, 2000 at 02:27:42:

Chewtoy,

This is the first I have heard about a loss of torque down low from any of our customers. Our dyno experiences show quite the opposite; torque gains in the lower rpm range.

Also, one person posting bad results does not constitute "unhappy customers".

Sean
ECIS Home Page



Have any of you checked out this link? http://forums.roadfly.com/e36/messages/messages/84009.html
It appears there are some unhappy ECIS customers. Interesting stuff.





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