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Old 12-10-2008, 09:49 AM   #1
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Exclamation LOOKING FOR M44 TURBO!!! Please help! =)

Hello all! Im Manny and ive recently purchased a 1996 318ti (manual) with the stock M44 engine! (lame) So that being said i would like to upgrade it! Please send any info on where i can buy a Mosselman M44 Turbo or another of its type that may be compatible =)......... Thank you and have a great day please send info of any better suggestions on turbos i might want to use =)
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There's plenty of info about turbo's here. You just need to SEARCH for it. :-) However, if you're looking for a simple bolt-on turbo kit (similar to the DASC) for the M42/M44, you're going to be disappointed.

Good luck and happy searching!
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OBX manifold off ebay $450. Garrett BB turbo quick spool from Nick G at Technique Tuning $1,200. Nick can also do the turbo Map on your BMW DME. Piping will need to be fabricated so make friends with someone that is good with a tig welder. Use stock intake manifold. OBX exhaust manifold had wastegate connection, I think.
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I'm so tempted right now to run out to my car and write "Turbo" with a sharpie on my block.
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Old 12-10-2008, 07:18 PM   #6
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I think Wallmart was blowing them out for cheap. Make sure you get one with a "Turbo Boost" button.
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I like how he screams out,"TURBO BOOST!!"
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OMG that was funny. Can someone redub it with a Ti blasting out of the ground?

OP- didn't you know TI stands for Turbo Injected?
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ah ahh ahh ahhh... You guys like that sh*t don'tcha!!! That's high quality stuff right there.
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hahahhahah that made my day!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8F1rm...eature=related
listen to this while watching the video
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OP- didn't you know TI stands for Turbo Injected?
lol, that's what my whole auto tech class thought when they first saw my car
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Uhm i didnt get much support on my original question...i just wanted to know where i can get a nice turbo for my M44 engine,........
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Hate to break it to you, but you bought the wrong car for what your wanting
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