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      07-31-2009, 08:20 PM   #23
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How about some detials of how the system is setup?? Direct port? ECU tuning for timing retard????
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      07-31-2009, 11:01 PM   #24
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Hasn't anybody else installed nitrous on the new m3 v8 motor? I spoke with Nitrous Express and they said for $500 thery could install nitrous spray bars inside the intake plenum that would sit right ontop of the volocity stacks.. Sounds like a nice idea!!
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      08-01-2009, 07:54 AM   #25
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How about some detials of how the system is setup?? Direct port? ECU tuning for timing retard????
Quick search on previous posts will tell you what to expect.
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      08-01-2009, 08:29 AM   #26
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See the below link, I spoke to Mike at AWD Motorsports about have a similar set-up done. I ended up decided to go the supercharger route due to a similar price point and the advantage of having the power all the time.

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      08-01-2009, 05:29 PM   #27
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Nitrous is an effective power adder, however do not fool yourself into thinking you can just remove it and the dealership will not know. Sulfur dioxide is added to nitrous oxide to prevent substance abuse and it will leave deposits in the combustion chamber.
Dude if the guy is running the "gas" in his M I doubt he cares about his warranty.
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      08-01-2009, 07:54 PM   #28
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Dude if the guy is running the "gas" in his M I doubt he cares about his warranty.
Indeed F*&k warranty
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      08-02-2009, 10:36 AM   #29
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Dude if the guy is running the "gas" in his M I doubt he cares about his warranty.
Dude read post #19.
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      08-03-2009, 04:27 PM   #30
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Dude read post #19.
Dude do you really think BMW is that stupid??? A friends camaro put a rod thru the side of the block after the nitrous solenoid hung open (we told him to use nitrous express exclusively, he didn't listen.) He took all the mods off and tried to get the car covered under warranty. GM pulled the pistons for analysis. Game over
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Dude do you really think BMW is that stupid??? A friends camaro put a rod thru the side of the block after the nitrous solenoid hung open (we told him to use nitrous express exclusively, he didn't listen.) He took all the mods off and tried to get the car covered under warranty. GM pulled the pistons for analysis. Game over
So what part of my post did you not understand? I said there will be deposits that can be found with spectrometric analysis.
This was meant for all others not the OP.
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So what part of my post did you not understand? I said there will be deposits that can be found with spectrometric analysis.
This was meant for all others not the OP.
He didn't understand because your post was #20, not #19, which was someone else wrongly suggesting it could be removed without fingerprints.
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      08-03-2009, 07:13 PM   #33
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He didn't understand because your post was #20, not #19, which was someone else wrongly suggesting it could be removed without fingerprints.
Yeah I thought I told him to see post #19. At least you understood, I was wondering if I was losing it.
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A few days go by and no details???????????????
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Nitrous works, but its ugly. Not as elegant as a FI system or as grunty as a stroker kit. And, imagine pulling all that plumbing to go to the dealer. No thank you.
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      08-05-2009, 10:23 PM   #36
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Nitrous is great if the car is setup and tuned properly. Since the m3 is a fun car to drive all motor I think nitrous would be a great add on for the days when you want a little extra.
Until we know what it takes to have the correct nitrous setup I'm not so sure you can say taking off a supercharger kit will be easier than a nitrous kit to see the dealer
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Nitrous is great if the car is setup and tuned properly. Since the m3 is a fun car to drive all motor I think nitrous would be a great add on for the days when you want a little extra.
Until we know what it takes to have the correct nitrous setup I'm not so sure you can say taking off a supercharger kit will be easier than a nitrous kit to see the dealer
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      08-06-2009, 12:09 PM   #38
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If you have either installed, dont even bother going to the dealer.
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      08-06-2009, 06:59 PM   #39
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I would call AWD and talk to Mike before you do anything...the BMW in the video is his personal car. He actually talked me out of doing a cheap NOS install and suggested FI.

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Any chance that you have his email so I can talk to him??


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I would call AWD and talk to Mike before you do anything...the BMW in the video is his personal car. He actually talked me out of doing a cheap NOS install and suggested FI.

http://www.awdmotorsports.com/
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      08-07-2009, 08:03 PM   #41
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      08-07-2009, 08:41 PM   #42
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I would You suggest You call marco @ billet design 9549753557 as I run a 100 shot, use it on a daily basis for the last 3 weeks, I run the Piss outta my car. if you install the jets the wrong way than boom boom pow. Marco and Eddie bello have been doing this for a long time they are world class tuners (aem, halteck, HKS, Greddy, etc.) and world class fabrators. see http://www.billetdesign.com/gallery.php
although they specialize in porsches, lambos, evos, supras and skylines (all lines) they also do great work for BMW's although nothing is "production line" stuff, the custom work they do, is far above the rest.
Pictures of my custom exhaust and nitrous install are coming by august 15th!
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^ nice, glad to see someone doing more then adding an exhaust.

like is about having fun, and if having fun is nitrous, have at it..
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