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      11-16-2012, 01:06 PM   #19
whats77inaname
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Originally Posted by Andrew@ActiveAutowerke View Post
Hi,

Come check us out we are in south Miami and have a brand new range of supercharger options for your vehicle.


I try to be unbiased about stuff, but dude, WTH? The dyno graph you're posting is from this post http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=767900 on 11/9/12, which is from AA's testing of a *potential* new s/c setup.

In the original post, you said

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Originally Posted by Andrew@ActiveAutowerke View Post
M3 Post members,

Over the last couple of weeks we have been testing the Rotrex 91 trim on our stock engine shop car. So far our findings have been very promising. The biggest thing we have noticed is a large increase in efficiency, the blower makes the same if not more power running lower boost pressures with a marked difference in flow to redline. As of right now nothing is set in stone and things may change with additional long term testing.



Here are the numbers running the rotrex on our Dct shop car : Stock engine- no cats- Dct-93 oct
Mustang Dyno-

Level 3- 539 Whp 356 wtq (9.5 Psi + Meth)
Level 2- 495 Whp 325 wtq (8 psi No Meth)
Level 1- 431 Whp 283 wtq (6 Psi No Meth) 20'' Wheels

Dyno jet using conversion- Typical Dynojet Comparison 10%

Level 3- 593 whp 392 wtq
Level 2- 545 whp 358 wtq
Level 1- 474 whp 311 wtq



When questioned about that dyno sheet and the setup which garnered those results, you said

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Originally Posted by Andrew@ActiveAutowerke View Post
In these tests the level 3 is running 9-9.5 psi. None of these options are currently for sale as we are still in the testing stage right now. This thread was to show the potential of the Rotrex blower with our system.
Later in same thread you posted

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Originally Posted by Andrew@ActiveAutowerke View Post
Thank you for your input These kits are not for sale and will under go long term testing before we determine what boost they are shipped with.
So if you're posting the same dyno as a system you guys were testing a week ago, you're alluding to the fact that this setup is for sale. Given that, what do you guys classify as "long-term"???

You guys aren't doing yourselves any favors by misleading customers like that.

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