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Old Thu, Jun-05-2008, 04:53:10 PM   #1
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Default Any Horsepower Freaks M3 owners here? Post pictures please

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Would love to see some pics of HPF tuned M's in here. Tell us a little story behind why you got HPF and how you like it or possibly don't like it as much as you thought you would!
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look up SEI......HPF Stage 3
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you might want to start a thread on the Forced Induction forum.
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Best to post a thread in the FI forum @ e46fanatics.
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There are a couple of them over on e46f.
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Mine's almost finished, hoping to have it completed this weekend.


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Would like to know if we have any HPF owners in New England yet ..
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Hey!

Would love to see some pics of HPF tuned M's in here. Tell us a little story behind why you got HPF and how you like it or possibly don't like it as much as you thought you would!
I've had mine for about a year. I went with the HPF kit because I always seem to want more power and S/C's max out @ about 500rwhp. I had a AA stage 2 before I went with the HPF kit. AA was fine but it can't compete with a turbo kit. The drive ability of the kit is like stock and the power doesn't come in all at once like you might think with a high HP car like this. So far I've nothing but positive experiences with the kit. My wife even takes this car to work a couple times a week. I've taken this car to an auto cross and 1/4 mile track. I only managed a 12,0@ 126mph. My tires are pretty bad. My 60' time was 2.2-2.8. (2.8 was when I launched the car from 4000rpm) Here is mt auto X vid and some pics.
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