View Full Version : FS: Z3 97 Supercharged

06-06-2004, 11:35 PM
For sale: BMW 1997 z3 2.8 ActiveAutowerke Supercharged with over $35,000 invested in professional upgrades the past year and a half:

- z3 2.8 1997 with 170 km
- Active Autowerke Supercharger kit custom dyno tunned software for maximum performance

- Supercharger Kit (AA)
- Custom tunned AA software
- e36 3.2L M52 Cams
- M50 Intake Manifold
- Bored out Throttle Body 68.5mm (+4mm)
- Eisenmann Race exhaust (4x70mm)
- Turner Motorsport Headers
- Rouge Engineering Pullesy
- Fan Delete
- M3 Brakes with Zimmerman vented M3 rotors
- Strong strut front brace
- Zex 55 shot nitrous system semi-installed (never used)

- BMW OEM Rollbar retrofit and OEM windscreen
- M roadster body package including
- M Front Bumper
- M Heated and Powered mirrors
- M side guills
- BMW chrome windshield surround
- z8 washer nozzles
- BMW chrome-tipped front guills
- ACS Front Splitters for M bumper
- clear turn signals and side markers

- M roadster seats (power and heated) two tone leather (gray and black)
- M 3 spoke steering wheel
- M center console with guages
- Whalen polished shifter
- M Roadster floor mats
- A-pillar guages (VDO Boost and Autometer Air-Fuel)

Tires and Rims:
- OEM 17" 5 spoke staggared z3 rims with michelin tires
- OEM 15" steel winter rims with Prielli snow tires
- OEM 17" M3 98 light weight forged staggered rims and tires
- Breyton Imagine 19x9 with SO3's (6 month old - brand new)

Always ran 94 sunoco gas and synthetic Mobil 1 oil changed religiously every 3000 km. Car and engine in pristine condition. Moving on to next project, take this serious machine like BMW should have built it for $46,500 certified. No test pilots. Serious inquiries only please. (<a href=http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=29774>Pics</a>). For general inquires please contact me via email at <a href="mailto:twolniewicz@yahoo.com">twolniewicz@yahoo.com</a>. To schedule viewings please contact me directly on my cell 647 229 8669 or via email.

Best regards.

06-06-2004, 11:47 PM
holy shit can we see some pics?

06-06-2004, 11:54 PM
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06-07-2004, 12:01 AM
daym thats hot
whats the reliability of an AA blower
its on my wish list for my 540

sorry dont mean to jack ur thread

06-07-2004, 12:27 AM
on a stock engine it does 8psi on mine its doing 6 due to the headers, manifold and cams (engine is using up air at a faster rate hence there's less pressure and more power)

the rotrex blower is a lot more efficient compared to the vortech (boost starts to build sooner). rotrex superchargers are built in germany and utilize their own oil reservoir hence the reliability is very good.

I'm AASC #212 (plaque) and these guys have R&D'ed this kit very thourally. it comes with a 1 year warranty as well. Karl is a great guy to deal with and he was able to answer all my questions as well as custom tune the software for me.

I've done extensive research on the upgrade path that I chose.

Thanks ZiMMie for pasting the pictures :)

BTW, I've had this car for the past 5 years (since 99) and close to 100k.

Rescently I've just exchanged to O2 sensors and in the process of doing the yearly spring tuneup service.

Best regards,

Big Chin
06-07-2004, 12:56 AM
Oh my God.. Heaven?

06-07-2004, 02:14 AM
Not to snoop, but why? Feel free to ignore this if you like.