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Old 02-20-2008, 11:06 PM   #1
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So its pretty sweet that BEGi is now offering the mspnp for the 1.6L turbo kit. My guess is that they would tune it for boost before they send it to you making it even more PNP! Looks like a step in the right direction to me!
http://www.bellengineering.net/index.html
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Thats cool as hell, def a step in the right direction.
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The price delta between the begi fuel system and the mspnp seems to change based on what kit you order. That seems strange to me.
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yeah, i guess its kind of like saying, if you buy a bigger kit, we will give you a break on the mspnp!
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what!? no pc-pro.
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what!? no pc-pro.
Unfortunately [email protected] is the only one in the world lucky enough to carry such a amazing piece of automotive engineering.
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I wonder if this may lead to the 1.8 s-series also being offered with mspnp? Someone at BEGi has been paying attention! to them! Now if they would only offer their kits with a cheaper e-bay IC option for $300 more, they would have a fully set kit.
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Unfortunately [email protected] is the only one in the world lucky enough to carry such a amazing piece of automotive engineering.
For ***** Sake! Why didn't I come up with such a Brilliant thing!!!!
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For ***** Sake! Why didn't I come up with such a Brilliant thing!!!!
Dude it's O.K,NASA said the same thing.
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Man MSPNP with a coldeside supercharger.. my idea kit
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I'm probably going to road trip down there for tuning.
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I wonder if this may lead to the 1.8 s-series also being offered with mspnp? Someone at BEGi has been paying attention! to them! Now if they would only offer their kits with a cheaper e-bay IC option for $300 more, they would have a fully set kit.
I feel like that would be a HOT seller
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I feel like that would be a HOT seller
Probably no profit in selling a cheap eBay style intercooler. These companies are in the business to make money. Buying these cheap eBay products often takes ordering 100s and sometimes 1000s of 1 part number. That is a lot of outlay to make $50 on a $300 Intercooler setup.

This is one of the reasons this **** gets whored out on eBay. The companies are trying to get their money back as quick as possible.

Hope this makes sense.. Don't take it as a personal attack.
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I feel like that would be a HOT seller
yeah they should make a deal with http://www.bellintercoolers.com/


at least they aren't charging what trackdog charges, and they really are high quality setups.
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I feel like that would be a HOT seller
bell intercoolers are already cheaper than the competition, and ironically enough, not chinacoolers.
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good stuff, begi should ditch the xede and use an mspnp on everything they can, and ffs should ditch the powercard **** and use mspnp too.
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Man MSPNP with a coldeside supercharger.. my idea kit
That is exactly what I plan to put on my '94 MOAB
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