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Re: RMS performance/reliability/serviceability (archive)

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Posted by Keith on February 03, 2001 at 01:14:10:

In Reply to: RMS performance/reliability/serviceability posted by DenverAndy on February 02, 2001 at 12:52:44:

I am investigating purchasing a used M3 with extensive RMS modifications, including the 3.5 L motor and supercharger. Does anyone have information about the reliability of their products, as I would be using the car as a daily driver?
Also, can anyone compare the performance of this setup to a simple Dinan supercharger set-up?
Finally, as I am in Colorado, and RMS is in California, I am wondering about how difficult it will be to service the car here. Does anyone have experiences with non-RMS personnel servicing RMS products ?
Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

RMS , hmm, only buy if your comfortable with the car. I got one of the first run supercharger kits and had supposedly a problem they never seen before, friendly on the phone but they wanted me to send them the car(I'm in Tx). I eventually got most of the problem fixed myself but they are still wanting to help address the situation but .. if I open the checkbook somemore. They also have never refunded 300+ bucks to me and it's been over a year to year and a half. so buyer beware .
P.S. Dinan gonna puy way to much for the same type setup, there is a dinan s/c car in town . the owner sayed mine felt more impressive.

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