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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem3 View Post
    I wonder what sort of numbers an M3 with that blower would put out?

    Whats the reckoning chaps? 450whp?


    Should be a superbly driveable car with that charger on though. Just make sure you attend to intercooling sufficiently well Alan...as inlet charge heat is your enemey as you know Im sure!
    twin screws are very efficient, and don't make as much heat as other blowers, but I will be running front mount intercooler, probably 24" X 12" if I can find out definitively that it will fit
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    twin screws are very efficient, and don't make as much heat as other blowers, but I will be running front mount intercooler, probably 24" X 12" if I can find out definitively that it will fit
    24 x 12 x4 will definatively fit Alan.

    I have the CAD drawing for the mounting bracket for E36 using this intercooler :

    Give me a shout if you want me to send it over to you
     
     

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    that would be very handy thank you
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by morerevsm3 View Post
    that would be very handy thank you
    ok mate. ive attached it to this

    All of the files required are included....including a few pictures etc. (thanks Brian for drawing this up initially and sending it all to me)

    It fits perfectly as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by boostist View Post
    ok mate. ive attached it to this

    All of the files required are included....including a few pictures etc. (thanks Brian for drawing this up initially and sending it all to me)

    It fits perfectly as well
    nice one boostist. Thanks 4 that!
     
     

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