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      11-05-2012, 02:48 PM   #1
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* ESS Supercharger product update *




We have been working for the past several months on updating our E9X M3 supercharger mix. We are pleased to announce some new changes to our product line. Below is a breakdown of the changes and the new models that are now available.



VT1-535 is now the VT1-550. This kit has newly revised software and runs 5.5 psi. This kit is designed for 91 AKI or higher fuel.

VT2-575 is now the VT2-585. This kit has newly revised software and runs 6 psi. This kit is designed for 91 AKI or higher fuel.

VT2-600 is now the VT2-625. This kit has newly revised software, runs 6.5 psi for 91 AKI customers and 7.0 psi for 93 AKI customers.

VT2-650 has been revised with a new lower retail price. This kit has newly revised software, runs 8 psi and requires the use of 93 AKI fuel.



We have also added a satin black blower as an option for customers who prefer the look over our standard satin silver finish.





For additional information on the kits please visit www.esstuning.com contact one of our authorized dealers or contact me direct.
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      11-05-2012, 02:50 PM   #2
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I already know this is going to make a couple of soon-to-be ESS owners very happy.

Great news!
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Can't wait to upgrade!
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So if I have ur 650 kit what can I update?
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Cool update and price reduction.

With the new nomenclature of your different staged kits, what can be expected in regards to gains in power and torque? Are these gains noticed mostly at the top end or were there revisions for gains throughout the whole powerband?

It would be cool to hear more about the types of revisions people could expect.

Thanks for sharing!
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Good prices btw you can't beat them!
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Also worth mentioning is that ESS E-Flash is now included as a standard feature in all E9x M3 kits at no extra cost.
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Also worth mentioning is that ESS E-Flash is now included as a standard feature in all E9x M3 kits at no extra cost.
If I'm to update my 650 kit what parts would I get?
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If I'm to update my 650 kit what parts would I get?
650 is already the top kit. The main changes made to it is a slightly revised software for better octane adaptation and reduced MSRP. If you already have a 650 kit, then you are all set as is.
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650 is already the top kit. The main changes made to it is a slightly revised software for better octane adaptation and reduced MSRP. If you already have a 650 kit, then you are all set as is.
Dam no more power
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Dam no more power
Not on a stock engine. The VT2-650 is already as much as it can handle on good quality fuel.
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Dam no more power
man up, build a motor and turn up the boost
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      11-05-2012, 04:25 PM   #17
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AJ,

What can be done on existing 600 kits?
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What can be done on existing 600 kits?
That depends on your current setup and production date of existing kit, please email us your order # and we will reply with what it takes to upgrade to the latest spec 625.
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That depends on your current setup and production date of existing kit, please email us your order # and we will reply with what it takes to upgrade to the latest spec 625.
Emailed Roman. Thanks
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wow, excellent updates!
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      11-05-2012, 06:17 PM   #21
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Think I just decided what to get myself for Christmas. Of course my supercharger will need one of those custom IND paint jobs.
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