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    There's no substitute for cubes.

    Basically forcing more air into a cylinder is great but unless you are going to lower CR you have limits, starting with a bigger engine magnifies the benefits of supercharging.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GB John View Post
    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?
    did it to my Z3 m44, and a few other non BMW's + some turboing on various things.

    yes, you must address the fueling its critical for engine life, either with a RRFPR or via mapping
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