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    Has anyone ever twin-screwed the M20?

    because I need my car to sound more like these:



    More goodness in here:

    http://vimeo.com/10967885
    Last edited by Moto-Mucci; 05-17-2010, 01:10 PM.

    #2
    lol, it's like children crying when they are approaching from the lap finish.

    1991 325iS turbo

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      #3
      which is exactly the image I want my car to portray - Crying children under the hood.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Mucci View Post
        which is exactly the image I want my car to portray - Crying children under the hood.
        Love it.
        Randall Racing and Engineering
        Acworth, Georgia, 30101
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          #5
          kenne bell wanna be's

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            #6
            lol, those cars are local to me, they just did a vq swap with the same charger on an s15 chassis. its sick, i dont know if this is possible for our cars though...

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              #7
              Originally posted by xwill112x View Post
              kenne bell wanna be's

              Kenne bell mustangs are one of my all time favorite mustangs and they are late models.

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                #8
                Didn't rs4pro3 have a supercharger off of a 3.8 Thunderbird on his m20?

                1992 BMW 325iC
                1978 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
                1965 Chevrolet Corvair Monza 140hp

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                  #9
                  Theres a picture floating around of a twin turbo, twin screw M20.
                  1985 325e 2.8 Turbo VEMS

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                    #10
                    Twin screws are way to load!!! If you at all daily drive your car forget about it.

                    Tyler


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                      #11
                      Originally posted by SamE30e View Post
                      Theres a picture floating around of a twin turbo, twin screw M20.
                      I'll believe it when I see it...

                      >> 1988 3.1 ITB E30 /// 2002 E46 M3 6MT / 2008 335xi 6MT / 1991 S38B36 E30 (sold)

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                        #12
                        i am PAINFULLY SLOWLY putting together a M-90 3rd gen for my 2.7i. that or eli's were not twin screws, but roots chargers. twin screws are what kenny bell and magnusin use. they have more twist, much tighter tolorences, and make boost inside the charger VS after the charger in the manifold.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by europeanplates View Post
                          Twin screws are way to load!!! If you at all daily drive your car forget about it.

                          Tyler
                          Way to load.. on your face!

                          Seriously, there's no such thing as a supercharger that's too loud.
                          paint sucks

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                            #14
                            They can be silenced, but why would you ever do that?

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                              #15
                              isn't your sewing machine M20 isnt loud enough to scare people off? people think i have a ticking bomb under my hood when i approach a traffic lulz
                              Originally posted by e30e
                              lose the old man bmwcca badge.

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