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    Thumbs up HPF Right Hand Drive (RHD) E46 M3 Turbo Kit

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    Very impressive job guys, good job! Interesting to see how the 2 turbos will perform compared to your single (power wise). I would imagine there will less lag. It's crazy RHD M3's are so different in the way stuff is set up.

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    I didn't know the RHD setup would be twin turbo, interesting.

    Can a twin turbo setup be done on the LHD drive cars as well?

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    If you guys can make twin turbos fit on a RHD car I think you could make turbos fit on an s65... just saying Click here to enlarge

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    its funny all s4 guys hate gt28s and want to do a single 67 or 72 like hpf but they are going the opposite way... And that downpipe is very restrictive

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    Im guessing this would make power a little differently than their LHD kits??
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Yukohama Click here to enlarge
    Im guessing this would make power a little differently than their LHD kits??
    Oh yes, looking forward to the graphs myself.

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    The turbos will definitely come on-line much quicker than the single set up. But we will see how top end power is affected. It will be a great car for the track. Click here to enlarge

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    Nice work Chris!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HPF Chris Click here to enlarge
    The turbos will definitely come on-line much quicker than the single set up. But we will see how top end power is affected. It will be a great car for the track. Click here to enlarge

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    If someone wants a low lag track setup for their LHD would something like this be possible?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    If someone wants a low lag track setup for their LHD would something like this be possible?
    X2 looks like a real good option for ppl who want some similar power without the single turbo power coming at once feeling.
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    Horsepower Freaks RHD (right hand drive) E46 M3 S54 twin turbo kit nearing completion

    That's right, we said twin turbo kit, not single turbo like all the other HPF S54 kits. Why two turbos? Well, due to the right hand drive steering column making turbo placement a pain in the butt. The video below that HPF released explains the clearance issues quite well. What we are particularly interested in is how the twin turbo kit spools compared to the singles and if twins will become an option for left hand drive cars as well. Dynos to come in the next few weeks along with pricing details.

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    Was a rear mount setup considered? It has proven itself a great option to traditional setups w/ much lower IAT's. From what I've read (I'm no expert), the slower spoolup due to cooler exhaust gases can be offset by A/R selection.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eleventeen Click here to enlarge
    Was a rear mount setup considered? It has proven itself a great option to traditional setups w/ much lower IAT's. From what I've read (I'm no expert), the slower spoolup due to cooler exhaust gases can be offset by A/R selection.
    Not sure if a rear mount was considered but rear mounts are kind of looked down upon.

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    Yeah, I was skeptical at first too, but anyone who is not informed should check out Squire Turbo Systems. I know the concept appears hoaky, but they really seem to work well!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eleventeen Click here to enlarge
    Yeah, I was skeptical at first too, but anyone who is not informed should check out Squire Turbo Systems. I know the concept appears hoaky, but they really seem to work well!
    I've seen their turbo setups and they are really the main rear mount guys. The setups do work, true.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I didn't know the RHD setup would be twin turbo, interesting.

    Can a twin turbo setup be done on the LHD drive cars as well?
    It should fit easily considering there is no steering shaft in the left hand drive. Chris had mentioned they would make the twin available for LHD cars for people that wanted it.

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    Good work. Will these kits be pro efi, or aem tuned kits? Which ever they are it will be worlds better then a chicken farmer based kit.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    It should fit easily considering there is no steering shaft in the left hand drive. Chris had mentioned they would make the twin available for LHD cars for people that wanted it.
    Thanks, this is what I wanted to know.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Good work. Will these kits be pro efi, or aem tuned kits? Which ever they are it will be worlds better then a chicken farmer based kit.
    i believe in the video chris mentions Pro-EFI tuning, not sure if its for the " RHD kit" or this specific "car".

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Funkboy316 Click here to enlarge
    i believe in the video chris mentions Pro-EFI tuning, not sure if its for the " RHD kit" or this specific "car".

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    I must have missed that part watched while on the phone. Thanks for the warm welcome back. Click here to enlarge The chicken coup has been silent as of late.
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    its pro-efi from here on out as far as i know. should be some good deals on AEM EMS now that everyones climbing on the pro-efi bandwagon

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    We are going to run the ProEFI on the RHD. We hope to have the car running tomorrow or Tuesday and have dyno results next week. Click here to enlarge
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    Can't wait to see those numbers and power curve.

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    Can't wait to see those numbers and power curve.
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