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      11-01-2012, 10:37 AM   #329
Sal@Evolve
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Originally Posted by swamp2 View Post
Thanks for the added detail. Many of us can appreciate the level of thought, detail and engineering here. However, you have completely avoided my real question. See below again in bold. All of the advantages you have pointed out are not at all translating into the two things that really matter - performance or longevity.
I purposefully did not answer the question. My apologies for not PM'ing you and letting you know the reason.

We do not want to start comparing our kit to the other kits.

We know where it leads. You know where it leads. There is too much drama about supercharger comparisons already and a lot of the time it has become extremely nasty. Anything we say will lead to something. No matter how we say it someone will find an angle that they don't like.

All we have to say is this - the dyno graphs you see are all tested in the same way as we test a standard E9x M3. We are in most cases displaying SAE numbers with slight negative correction.
If people appreciate a very high level of engineering, a power delivery with excellent response, lots of low-mid rpm torque combined with a powerful non stop top end , appreciate the air to air step... then this is kit will interest them.
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