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02-25-2003, 11:07 PM
I just got off the phone with Matt at RMS and was talking to him about supercharging my M5. I know someone on here was wondering about this company and wanted to know about putting one in their M3. I am still not sure if I will be going foward, but I can tell you my concern is the high price not the company. I felt very comfortable speaking with him. I also breifly asked him about the S/Ced M3's for you and he said that they have not had any problems with their M3's and the S54 engine failure. He said somthing about lowering the redline on 2001 models but not on 2002-2003 because BMW did somthing different (not quite sure what). If you are truely interested I would give either Matt or Osh a call and just ask for some information. I can tell you Matt is a very nice guy who knows what he is talking about. If you have any other questions you should call RMS or if you have any questions for me you can email me at Hope I helped you somewhat and I will keep you informed if I go foward with my 600 HP Beast.
Evan K.
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02-25-2003, 11:16 PM
you might want to review the history as someone just posted a day or so ago about their experience with RMS. Also take a look at what the BBB has to say about them. buyer beware!

02-25-2003, 11:27 PM
Just because they are nice on the phone and know their stuff won't keep them from taking forever to screw up your car and talking nice to the next willing victim. Good luck.

02-25-2003, 11:36 PM
<br><I>Just ask SteveMedina</I>

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02-26-2003, 12:20 AM
He's had some longstanding problems with it. RMS can't seem to fix it. He paid about 6 grand and is considering a refund. Definitely check BBB.

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