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    iv just seen this and thinking of getting it and fitting it on but b4 i do just thort i wouold see what you guys think iv got a 1995 M3 and wont a bit more POWER out of it so goin for a turbo anyway the link is
    (http://www.xs-power.co.uk/index.php?...roducts_id=295)
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    will it fit on right hand drive car? assuming you have a right hand drive?

    from what i have read on these before they are missing parts so it's not a complete kit and the turbo is not any well known brand

    do a good search on google
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by foggy0010 View Post
    iv just seen this and thinking of getting it and fitting it on but before I do just thought i would see what you guys think.
    Ive got a 1995 M3 and want a bit more POWER out of it so am going for a turbo.
    Anyway the link is
    (http://www.xs-power.co.uk/index.php?...roducts_id=295)
    thanks
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    No, it wont fit as its for left hand drive cars. And text speak is banned from Bimmerforums, so please use sentences!
     
     

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    Thanks so its no good then im new to most of this so any help would be a grate help
     
     

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    It's a UK based company so I'd contact them, the sales number is Sales(0870) 0429706, and email sales@xs-power.co.uk
     
     

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    Hi,
    I have had that kit and I fit it on my right hand drive E34. You must place the manifold up side down and add a little bent extension between the turbo and the manifold flange so that the turbo dose not hit the cylinder head. I do not suggest you to buy this kit !!. I is all china . Just after a couple of weeks the manifold had creaked and soon after oil began to leek out of the turbo. It was all waist of money.
     
     

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    be careful when playing with turbo chargers, its not as easy as that. make sure you take care of all the supporting mods to get the most out of your set up.
     
     

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    I have fitted that kind of turbo to my m50b25 NV engine , allso a KMS stand alone ecu , lowerd compression ratio to 9:1 (with head gasket) and an inter cooler . I have got 340bhp at the wheels with just 10 psi
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnanshah247 View Post
    be careful when playing with turbo chargers, its not as easy as that. make sure you take care of all the supporting mods to get the most out of your set up.
    Right on the money mate
     
     

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    XS power are the lowest of the low! Stay away or expect to be welding and changing parts every few weeks, or more! I have fitted loads of these to peoples cars and they rarely fit without modifications, they are cheap and nasty, they always fail early. I refuse to fit their products now.

    That said they do have the odd good line, but doesnt every one?
     
     

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