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Old 06-13-2010, 05:06 PM   #1
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Boost or charge? Please help

after many weeks of thinking to sell my car or keep it! I've decided to keep it and to have some fun! It's a 97 328is, m52

So I've been looking into boosting or supercharging my e36. I currently have m3 cams,markD software, zf tranny w/m3 clutch, LSD rear end, m50 intake manifold(not installed),fan delete(looking for e-fan)

I'm looking to push around 400-450whp. I currently daily drive this car and would like to keep it a daily driver. I will be doing the work my self and would like to know what route I should go and what I'd need and how much I should be expecting to spend.

Boost or charge?
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