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Old 04-22-2016, 12:29 PM   #1
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Anybody know of any installers/tuner in the oakville area for e36 m50. Have all or most mechanicals just need a reputable garage. thanks.
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Anybody know of any installers/tuner in the oakville area for e36 m50. Have all or most mechanicals just need a reputable garage. thanks.
Try Eurocharged Canada. For the install part.

What are you doing for tuning?
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EuroCharged Canada? will check them out. As for tuning, i was recommended having a US company do the tuning via internet... but would like local, any recommendations? thanks

Btw, i do have a hammer, screwdriver and a wrench.. is this something i can do myself over a weekend? install wise that is.
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EuroCharged Canada? will check them out. As for tuning, i was recommended having a US company do the tuning via internet... but would like local, any recommendations? thanks

Btw, i do have a hammer, screwdriver and a wrench.. is this something i can do myself over a weekend? install wise that is.
if its your first time, & depending on the kit I would budget more time than just a weekend. For the stock ecu remote tuning by a reputable tuning company is the way to go as you get multiple re-flashes and support.
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its time for the build.
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Noticed the wheels, you're building the Turbo E36 that Alpina should have built Nice...
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on tackling this yourself. You'll learn a ton, and save a lot. Turbo builds are never easy on the wallet, also plan for things to go wrong/break.
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going to go conservative with this build... 7-8psi of boost should give me about 350-450 rwhp.
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