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Old 09-22-2007, 10:11 AM   #1
MPulse
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SuperCharger question

I've been thinkin of supercharging my 328i. After reading and searching still have a question. I've read about many peoples setups on various cars with several different superchargers. But I havent read anyone talk about lowering their compression befor they add that S/C. What i would like to know is if I can reliably S/C my 328i without having to lower the compression.
Any info is appreciated.

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Old 09-22-2007, 12:41 PM   #2
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i have my 328 supercharged

depends what kit you get, i have the AA kit...
when you send in your ECU, you have to tell them your mods, and then they will mod your ecu with that.
i had some issues, got a fuel reading and resent my ecu to them (2nd time) after this, i'm very happy with the results. you will have about 250 HP at the wheels, with a stock motor (100 HP upgrade)
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