:werd: Yo, what's your point?? nobody is saying that if you are about to buy a new car, that you would buy a 330ci and supercharge it, instead of buying an M3! The point is, that this option, at $5-6K, gives those with a 330ci, 5spd (or step), the ability to compete with M3's, or any other car. The point is, also, that this supercharger is putting out impressive numbers, and the dyno chart proves that it is performing above M3 numbers.flacoy2k said:Well sounds good but! a 330ci without any options is $36k. The M3 without any options is $46k. The AA SC is $6.5k. After all is said and done you have a 330ci that is only $3.5k away from an M3 and you are still missing 8 rwhp. You won't have leather seats, the M3 suspension, a 6 spd transmission, a better clucth. the M limited slip/full locking differential, 18" wheels and tires, better brakes, need I say more.
I don't know about you guys but the M3 looks like a better deal. I just thought I will put things into perspective.
Uh one more the 330 won't have any warranty!
now can you all say with me
No hard feelings
txe46m3 said:Get the M differential and suspension and then you can start to compete. Until it breaks and you have no warranty anyway.
Gunna glue on some gills next?
:werd:Ward said:I think the M3 owners got a little pissy from your "M who" comment.