Supercharged 328is?

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Supercharged 328is?

Postby Snaglefast » Mon Nov 09, 2009 7:04 pm

I'm a big fan of forced induction and this section hasn't had anything new since Oct 15th. It made me a little sad so I decided to throw up a couple of pics. It's the start of a project anyway. I'll have more later. build from scratch with a Pro charger.

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Right before I dug into the intercooler.
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What it looks like after I messed with it.
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Re: Supercharged 328is?

Postby FUBAR » Sat Dec 12, 2009 8:35 pm

Nice any UPDATES?
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Supercharged 328is?

Postby veriest1 » Sun Mar 14, 2010 2:20 am

A supercharger with a front mount is rather ballsy but not impossible.

Any updates?
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Supercharged 328is?

Postby Snaglefast » Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:34 am

More to come soon.. I've searched around a lot and can't find any reasonable way to tune this thing.. Is there any other way besides sending the DME in or going to a stand alone?
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Re: Supercharged 328is?

Postby MikeE36 » Mon Apr 26, 2010 11:09 pm

Cool project, but Please, Please, take that M badge off the front. Don't make a sweet car tacky :p

DME tune is your best bet. Your kidney grilles say OBD1 so I'd contact TRM about getting a chip/MAF/injectors combo from them for your setup. Good luck!

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Re: Supercharged 328is?

Postby sikdogg » Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:08 pm

If you know how to tune and want to DIY it, look into the AEM FIC. Much easier to do than you think...

The only thing to remember with wiring up the FIC is to not bother connecting the cam sensor and to wire up the crank sensor as a mag sensor. The crank sensor (only) will allow you to pull ~10* of timing which is plenty for low boost application.
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