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Last Post 06/27/2008 6:59 PM by  DZickel
1995 M3 Classing Question
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DZickel
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06/26/2008 10:58 PM

    Hey guys, I just bought a 95 M3 and cannot wait till the next autocross. It does not have a lot done to it, Bilstein/H&R, Camber Plates,  B&M Short Shift Kit and a Turner Motorsport Conforti Stage 2 Kit.

     I am trying to gauge what class i will run in. I Figure that with everything done and without the Conforti Kit, i would be in STU. But I am not sure what class i would be in with the Conforti Kit.

     
    The Kit comes with: 3.5'' HFM, Intake, 24lb injectors (Stock are 17.5) and software.

    Here is a link if needed http://www.turnermotorsport.com/htm...TAKEEURO24

    I could not find anything about the Injectors and if they would bump me into BSP or SM? I would like to know before I buy some Tires [:D]

    Anyway Thanks in advance and hope to see you out there on the 13th.

    -Dan

     

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    06/27/2008 10:08 AM
    I'm no help at all, but Dan, shoot me an email about that tube... my emails keep getting bounced back to me...
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    06/27/2008 10:57 AM
    I say ditch the 3.5" HFM and injectors and come play in STU! [:D]
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    06/27/2008 1:04 PM

    Hey Scott, ill email you tonight.

    and i dont want to get rid of the HFM or the 24lbers, because my car is tuned for those.

     

     

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    06/27/2008 4:15 PM
    BSP with the injectors and mass air flow thingy
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    06/27/2008 6:59 PM
    Cool Thanks Nick that is what i figured.
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