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Old 01-26-2007, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default Two others turbo-manifolds founded for M42/M44 and another turbo kit... 355hp

Hi, surfing on the net I've found these two things:

Turbo Manifold racetech-development:
2 variants for internal or external Wastegate...

SELLER: racetech-development
PRICE: 279 euro(361 US dollars) with internal WG / 369 euro with external WG (478 US dollars)
LINKS: FOR INTERNAL WASTEGATE / FOR EXTERNAL WASTEGATE
EBAY LINK:http://cgi.ebay.de/BMW-Turboumbau-E3...QQcmdZViewItem
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NOTES: I think that for that price it's crappy made


Turbo Manifold GT-Power version 1:
SELLER: GT-Power
PRICE:998 euro (1294 US dollars)
LINKS:http://gtpower.rentmyweb.at/GTP/de/c...?content_id=94
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NOTES: beautiful look turbo gallery at the end


Turbo Manifold GT-Power version 2:.
SELLER: GT-Power
PRICE:698 euro (905 US dollars)
LINKS:http://gtpower.rentmyweb.at/GTP/de/c...?content_id=80
PICS:

NOTES: not bad, but pricey

GT-Power turbo kit for M43:.
GT-Power make too a turbo kit for 318is M43:
BMW 318 TURBO i 355 HP
FACTS:
forged internals with wossner pistons, arrow rods, arp studs...
BMW 318 TURBO i 355 HP
470 NM
0 to 100 5.8 sek
242 km / h
TUNING FACTS
GT POWER BMW TURBOKIT
2end Modified ECU
GT POWER EXAUST SYSTEM
GT POWER RACING TURBO
GT POWER INTERCOOLER KIT
GT POWER INOX AIR INTAKE PIPE SYSTEM



Gallery of GT-Power Turbo kit for 318i/is:
http://gtpower.rentmyweb.at/GTP/gall...bmw/index.html

GT-Power supercharger kit:.
They make too a kompressor kit, I think with a centrifugal...
BMW Z3 / 318 GT POWER SUPER CHARGER / KOMPRESSORKIT
!! ONLY FOR THE Z3 / 318 TWIN CAM ENGINE !!

240 HP OUTPUT !!!

GT - POWER SUPERCHARGER

MANIFOLD INTAKE

INLET AIR PIPES

SAMCO HOSES

GT - POWER SUPERCHARGER PROGRAMME SOFTWARE ( Modified ECU )

GT POWER INJECTORS ( OPTIONAL PART )

MISCELLANEOUS (STRAPS,SCREWS etc)


4870.- Euro for supercharger kit. (6314 dollars)

no pics,....
what do you think?
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Old 01-27-2007, 02:28 AM   #2
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Well, I cant read the website, so its hard to tell what exactly they are selling, is it just the manifold, or the whole turbo? Looks like the whole thing. I also am not sure how many US dollars are in a euro.
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Old 01-28-2007, 01:11 AM   #3
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supercharger is way overpriced.....


nice turbo stuff tho..... its good to see stuff like that available for 4 bangers....
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Old 02-12-2007, 07:57 PM   #4
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ciao nuvola,
proprio l'altro giorno guardavo i collettori di scarico della racetech sul loro negozio ebay,
hai notato i perfetti replica supersprint stradali a 299????

dici che bucano molto ai bassi????
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Old 02-12-2007, 11:07 PM   #5
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You guys from italy, how much is the supersprint exhaust manifold for the M44 there?
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about 850 euro (1020 dollars)
but the racetech are the exactly reply of supersprint and cost 1/3....
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i found this

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Old 02-18-2007, 04:39 PM   #8
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the wastegate design isn't very good on that first manifold
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I can have a local guy fab a exhaust for < $1000 US, and it will be all stainless. Tig welded, ceramic coated the works. Sure wouldn't fuss with ordering one...

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666 is doing some really nice work on that m42. I really like the intake manifold design and the air to water intercooler.
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The intake and exhaust manifold definately looks amazing. He does extremely good work. I imagine that pretty soon there will be some turbo M42s poping up in club racing.
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The only SCCA class a turbo 318 would fit in would be SP, where it would get its tail kicked, and maybe ITE, Turbos are still the unwelcome stepchildren in club racing, Does NASA allow them? What are the rules?

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yup its stunning isnt it
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The only SCCA class a turbo 318 would fit in would be SP, where it would get its tail kicked, and maybe ITE, Turbos are still the unwelcome stepchildren in club racing, Does NASA allow them? What are the rules?

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I run in SM class. I think any add-on forced induction puts you in SM.
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I'm having a temptation to buy this and try it starting turbo route:

I've contacted them for more infos about motor mount problems, thickness of manifold and what turbo flange it has.
First thing that I say for sure now is that it has a T3 flange... so I need a great turbo with t3 flange for 200-220hp with 6-8psi max. If I'll start building it, it will be intercooled and maybe it will has oem filter airbox with a panel sport filter for oem look.

The only problem will be to find a T3 turbo that have a low spooltime and that makes boost soon for every day mid-revs driveability .

The specs I'm searching are:
200-220 hp; 6-8psi not more with intercooled; internal wastegate

Who can help me to find the correct turbo for my application? I'm not good reading turbo maps...
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