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Definitely. I've been eyeing a B58 3 series and it's nice that all the R&D that's going on because of the Supra hoopla. Both cars will benefit.Ya, I think the percentage of people who modify their BMW is pretty small compared what the Supra crowd will end up at. I have a feeling the number of Supra sold here in the states will be a lot more than the BMW as well. One nice thing is both cars benefit. Especially the Supra due to the fact that it isn't an all-new engine. Since it's based on an existing platform there is already a bunch of parts out for it already. I mean the car has only been out for like a month and 550+ rwhp is possible already. I think the aftermarket is driven to spend the money on R&D to bring more products out for the car. It should be interesting. Now let's see a 1,000 hp and how streetable it is.
Everyone is starting to list the shotguns for sale now and going to the overdrives. I'm probably just going the China turbo route, quality is improving on them. I figure by the time I go to buy there will be enough people giving feedback to make a decision on it.Such as?
Vargas has had the shotgun for a while now. Expensive and not a lot of info/results with it the last I read. Spool has their new unit out. But has that been tested? Vargas says it flows less than their 4x over drivem, or whatever they call it.
I would really like to go full E85 if I keep the car (N54). If it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. I have the flex-fuel kit si it could be a pretty sweet set up to have all on the car.