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Old 02-09-2006, 09:07 AM   #1
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Default Scrivner Engineering (SEAM) M44 Supercharger System

Hi guys we are currently working on designing and building a Supercharger system for the M44 engine (I know there are alot of systems out there but we have a few things that we are working on that will make our system standout and be quite a bit better). I was wondering if any of you would like to contribute to the design and development of this system. Since you are the customers we are aiming for we would like your help in designing this system. If any of your would like to help us out please let me know personally by emailing me at jester4982@aol.com or at work at greg@seambmw.com . Thanks for your help guys and I look forward to hearing from you.

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Wow another company making S/C. I was thinking, how about something that would give that major HP increase for a lower retail charge fee

Maybe you can design a intercooler, or is that just for turbos??
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Hi guys we are currently working on designing and building a Supercharger system for the M44 engine (I know there are alot of systems out there but we have a few things that we are working on that will make our system standout and be quite a bit better). I was wondering if any of you would like to contribute to the design and development of this system. Since you are the customers we are aiming for we would like your help in designing this system. If any of your would like to help us out please let me know personally by emailing me at jester4982@aol.com or at work at greg@seambmw.com . Thanks for your help guys and I look forward to hearing from you.

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Yes we are located in Colorado.
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Yes we are located in Colorado.
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Yes we are located in Colorado.
Are you near Steamboat Springs?
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I know there are alot of systems out there
There is only two as of now DASC or MA s/c other than that it would have to be a custom job.
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An intercooler would incorporate a little more involved of a design w/ a harder install. However the main benefit will be larger, and in my opinion safer, HP numbers. I would pay $2500 for a system that nets me a 75 - 90 whp increase, but im a tight ass, im sure most people would fork over more.
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i live in denver, and i know another guy and myself, who might be interested. let us know, we'd prolly come see em too, depending on where ya are
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Welcome! Can you tell us more about you?

I would tell you to study Downing Atlanta for the overall quality of fit, finish, appearance and customer support. Despite others claims of higher HP, they are the benchmark in these parts. This crowd may surprise you in its technical knowledge and DIY attitude. Be ready for a challenge as there was quite a stir over another debut going sour last year. Count the 2000 miles of distance between you and Miami as a blessing.

IMO I think there is a market for less than 90hp for $1500 range, esp if it can be upgraded as time and $$ permit.
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I agree, the lower the price the better.
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I agree, the lower the price the better.
You have heard the phrase, you get what you pay for.
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No im sorry I dont know Joe we just recently acquired the 318ti we have been mainly focused on the E30 3 Series. And yes you are right we are located above Colorado Springs in the mountains. I do like the idea of a continuously upgradable system but I would have to see how we can fit that in our current layout. If you guys have any ideas for improvement or what you would want on a system let me know I would really like if I could talk to some of you using AIM if anyone is interested feel free to IM me at jester4982. Also I have to apologize our website is very old and we are just now finishing up our new site and we will be getting it online as soon as we can.Nice hearing from you guys!

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