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    been looking at supercharge kits, cant afford one just now but in the future...... looking at an eaton m45 with inlet and outlet.

    trying to work out how it would fit. I can run it off my aircon pulley and do an aircon delete so would need to have a mounting bracket made and fited somewhere but in terms of running an intercooler or larger charger maybe an eaton m62 or 112 for more power.....

    would it work in a case of induction onto charger, out of charger through intercooler through maf and onto inlet manifold? or have i got some stuff in the wrong order there.

    Also would it need uprated injectors?

    Furthermore a stainless steel exhaust would obviously be on the cards to keep it running too hot but what can be done in terms of management, would a piggyback chip or remap be enough. I dont know too much about this and I;m trying to work out what would be needed to get it all sorted so I can maybe start pooling parts together!
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    Try BM Wizard for answers if you need them, his details can be found on facebook. I Know he's developing his own supercharger and he baffled me with science when i was last there. Didn't understand a word but impressed all the same
     
     

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    i am looking into super charging my car at the mo a lot of kits come with own soft wear but thats for a standed car i was thinking piggy back unit i have datek one on mine that can be mapped to suit new mods and runs well with the m50 manifold swap .as for injectors you wouldnt know what you needed till you fitted kit and got it on rolling road to see what was happening with the fueling tho seems most kits do come with bigger injectors
     
     

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    brillaint thanks!
    Cheers, Jay

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay_mz89 View Post
    been looking at supercharge kits, cant afford one just now but in the future...... looking at an eaton m45 with inlet and outlet.

    trying to work out how it would fit. I can run it off my aircon pulley and do an aircon delete so would need to have a mounting bracket made and fited somewhere but in terms of running an intercooler or larger charger maybe an eaton m62 or 112 for more power.....

    would it work in a case of induction onto charger, out of charger through intercooler through maf and onto inlet manifold? or have i got some stuff in the wrong order there.

    Also would it need uprated injectors?

    Furthermore a stainless steel exhaust would obviously be on the cards to keep it running too hot but what can be done in terms of management, would a piggyback chip or remap be enough. I dont know too much about this and I;m trying to work out what would be needed to get it all sorted so I can maybe start pooling parts together!
    you have stuff in the wrong order there.

    Eaton m45 is to small, you need either the 62 or 90, i would say m90 on that engine. the m112 is way to big

    Driving the charger requires a reliable belt system
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    yeah I have been corrected, induction/intake/filter, maf, charger, cooler, inlet mani, engine. and yes and M90 I think would be best after having a chat with a guy whos doing this himself and knows more about it than me. running it off the pulley that drives the aircon pump is a reliable pulley as it is attached to the bottom end I think the hardest part will be getting a bracked that sits perfetly parallel to it. I dont want to make mega power just a good amount maybe about 260 that is safe but still better throughout the revs, so a twinscrew would be ideal really.... obviously once that's running ok I can look at increasing the powers as if It doesnt make more than 350 I may aswell have just dropped an M3 lump in it!
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    I think 260hp would be easily achievable. get the brakes and suspension sorted first though !
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    coilies on, was thinking 330ci e46 brakes.... M50 inlet needed yet too and stainless headers and custom exhaust too
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    if you're supercharging i wouldnt say the inlet would be a priority. exhaust manifold would be, larger. the egt's rise considerably with supercharging. i am sure my exhaust glowed in the dark !
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    Did you ever do this? If it can be done cheaply I'd be interested. As the standard MAF, Injectors can take 320bhp would ecu need mapping?

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