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    A general rule goes by 1 psi = 10bhp.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radders View Post
    A general rule goes by 1 psi = 10bhp.
    That is the dumbest rule EVER.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radders View Post
    A general rule goes by 1 psi = 10bhp.
    Hahaha please explain this.

    My car makes 13psi so i have 130hp?or is it 286hp +130hp=416hp
    not even close!!!!
     
     

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    I've heard people say it before, inc tuners! I might have it worded/slightly wrong, but it was something along them lines! I'll dig out a post from another forum.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxfan View Post
    asa or ess chargers seem to be the choice of most bmw tuners, expect around 4-5 new, can get for less, and sometimes people sell them on ebay for a couple of grand, even 1 went on here a while back for 1k!
    They run standard 6-8 psi totally reliable, but can be made to run a lot higher than that! but you may start to pay the price if your foots made of lead.
    50-60bhp for entry level, and up from that at extra £££. but the best thing is its bolt on power! easy peesy.
    http://www.evo-s.co.uk/shop/index.ph...3743_3744_3745
    ive got one for sale,.
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...STRK:MESELX:IT
     
     

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