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Old 07-22-2003, 02:12 AM   #16
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lightening a flywheel first of all does not add HP , it only frees up HP by lessening the amount of force needed to turn it.
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Old 07-22-2003, 05:51 PM   #17
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From the ees tuning site

After over 8 months with extensive research, design and testing, ESS is proud to announce the completion of the fourth system in the new E46 Gen II Vortech family.
The system features 6 larger Bosch injectors and a fully re-programmed engine management system for exceptional power gains, with civilized everyday driveability. The system maintains all OBD-II functions. It is backed by a comprehensive 2 year, unlimited mileage warranty and a supplemental powertrain warranty is also available which covers factory drivetrain components potentially affected by the supercharger installation for the remaining term of the vehicle manufacturer's new car warranty, up to 4 years or 50,000 miles. The system installs in 8-10 hours using normal hand tools and no irreversible modifications to the car is necessary.

335HP DIN (7PSI)
Vortech V2SQ Supercharger unit.
One belt driven w/self tension system.
CNC Machined, hard anodized brackets.
CNC Pulleys.
Long life serpentine drive belt.
6 Larger Bosch injectors.
Recalibrated MAF (airflow sensor).
True OBDII, optimized performance ECU supercharger software with removed top speed governor, improved throttle response programming and 6800RPM limit.
All powder-coated mandrel bent tubing w/ K&N cold air intake located inside front bumper.
Bosch bypass-valve system.
Oil pressure and return system.
Oil breather assembly.
2yr./unlimited mileage warranty.
FedEx 24H express box for sending in ECU to our reprogramming center (48H turnover).
16 page, 37 step detailed and illustrated (54 photos) installation manual.
100% maintenance free operation.

Price : USD 5995.00


Part number: 108-72x
Boost pressure: 7 PSI
Horsepower: 335 DIN (Stock 225/231)
Torque: 415 NM (Stock 300)
0 - 60: Man : 5,0 sec, Aut : 5,6 sec
Installation time : 7-9 hours

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Old 07-24-2003, 12:46 PM   #18
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Re: more modifications!

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ok for my 2001 e46 330Ci, what are modifications i can do instead of exaughst, cold air intake, ecu chip, and throttle body. i have all these already! what else is there? they dont even make a supercharger for my car......

(i just bought this car today! i will post pics soon its very nice!)
Sounds like a Dinan setup?????

Only ecu for the 330 that I know of....
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