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      The advanced design and sleek features of the Active Autowerke Supercharger System include a front mount air-to-air intercooler system with a separate oil cooler for the supercharger unit’s independent oil system. The Active Autowerke Supercharger Plenum replaces the factory air box and is designed to have an OEM-type look with custom finishes available at the customer’s request. The Active Autowerke Supercharger Plenum has been designed with eight high-flow velocity stacks, and large three inch intercooler piping to supply cooled air.



      The custom Active Autowerke Filter mounts to the supercharger unit and is enclosed in a custom intake box engineered to incorporate factory design while forcing cool air to the air box. The optional methanol injection system assists in lowering intake air temperatures and prevents detonation.

      The standard finish on the Active Autowerke Supercharger Plenum is a matte wrinkle black, custom colors are also available for an additional cost.

      The Active Autowerke Supercharger System is powered by a Rotrex C38-92 Supercharger Unit mounted with a custom CNC’ed bracket that uses a dedicated drive belt system, while eight high flow fuel injectors are used to supply the additional required fuel. Active Autowerke’s Performance Software, available for 91-93 octane, race gas, and octane levels unique to other countries, is carefully calibrated, and is at the heart of the system to provide an unparalleled driving experience. Keeping within the factory’s OBDII parameters, the Active Autowerke Supercharger System ensures consistency for everyday driving.

      93 Octane/98 Ron or 91 Octane
      HFC/No Cat Mid Section Recommended

      Key Features:

      AA E9X M3 Supercharger Plenum with Eight High-flow Velocity stacks
      Rotrex C38-92 Supercharger
      AA Blow Off Valves & Bypass Valve
      Dedicated Belt Drive System (does not share belt with accessories)
      Methonal Injection Kit
      Eight-Rib Pulley System
      Eight High-capacity Bosch Motorsport Fuel Injectors
      AA Performance Software for the MSS60 ECU with available upgrades and off road options
      CNC Hard Anodized Brackets and Hardware
      AA Front-mount Air to Air Intercooler
      Independent Supercharger Oil Cooler
      Longlife Traction Fluid for Rotrex C38-92 Supercharger
      Cold Air Intake Box
      AA Oil Breather System
      New Oil Line with A/N Fitting System
      High Performance AA Spec Filter
      Spark Plugs
      All mounting hardware (plumbing, hoses and clamps) included
      Detailed, step-by-step installation manual
      All installation hardware included
      Two-year unlimited mileage warranty


      Performance Specs:


      Conditions: 80 Deg 35% Humidity
      Dynojet SAE Smoothing: 0





      Boost: 9 psi
      Horsepower: 680 HP
      Torque: 450 Ft Lbs
      numbers may vary depending on weather,conditions,etc

      Msrp $14,999


      This article was originally published in forum thread: Active Autowerke | Generation 2 Level 3| Official release started by Andrew@activeautowerke View original post
      Comments 66 Comments
      1. inlineS54B32's Avatar
        inlineS54B32 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        This was my dyno @ maximumpsi for reference with this kit. For those that didn't follow the other thread, their dyno has read on average about 10% lower then a DynoJet and even the specific DynoJet I'm trying to get to tonight. Since then we just tweaked the software a bit to help with the fuel per Zak's recommendation after seeing the dyno. I'll keep everyone posted!
        Does the car retain it's "stock" feel? I know it's going to have a TON more power, just talking about throttle response and all that fun stuff.

        Awesome dyno btw - it's literally a perfect slope.
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        Yup! It's one thing estimating numbers in theory and another what the actual result is.

        Inline,
        One of the best things about this car is that it really feels more OEMish than other kits I've had or driven. No bursts and smooth as can be!

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Will be interesting to compare this to the dynojet.
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        Just got done! 581.8 SAE , 600+ uncorrected Click here to enlarge

        Looks like that 10% estimate is pretty damn on point!

        Driving home - charts to be posted when I get back.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        Just got done! 581.8 SAE , 600+ uncorrected Click here to enlarge

        Looks like that 10% estimate is pretty damn on point!

        Driving home - charts to be posted when I get back.
        Oh baby... post the graph.
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        Attachment 27856Attachment 27857Attachment 27858

        This is my first time using the DynoJet software so I couldn't get the bottom part of the graph with the boost going. I also couldn't get the torque on. I'm sure it'll be done by tomorrow but I'm pretty tired.

        Runs were very consistent and I am extremely happy. The one thing which I will say which will probably make me sound like a nitpicker is that the guy running the Dyno messed up the run prior to the highest one recorded. He didn't press the "sample" button before the run so it was a wasted run. Could have it been lower? Sure. Could have it been higher? Sure. Will we know? Nope. Will I go back on the dyno over a possible few HP? Nope! Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge

        I know you guys are understanding on here so I don't have to worry about getting flamed. Can't wait for some wise ass replies on the "dark side"... Click here to enlarge
      1. VCMPower's Avatar
        VCMPower -
        nice graph nik Click here to enlarge we have that lovely stage 3 sitting waiting........
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        Attachment 27856Attachment 27857Attachment 27858

        This is my first time using the DynoJet software so I couldn't get the bottom part of the graph with the boost going. I also couldn't get the torque on. I'm sure it'll be done by tomorrow but I'm pretty tired.

        Runs were very consistent and I am extremely happy. The one thing which I will say which will probably make me sound like a nitpicker is that the guy running the Dyno messed up the run prior to the highest one recorded. He didn't press the "sample" button before the run so it was a wasted run. Could have it been lower? Sure. Could have it been higher? Sure. Will we know? Nope. Will I go back on the dyno over a possible few HP? Nope! Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge

        I know you guys are understanding on here so I don't have to worry about getting flamed. Can't wait for some wise ass replies on the "dark side"... Click here to enlarge
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        These idiots didn't record RPM!!!! No tq! Who does that!?!? I figured it was somewhere in the settings but nope. Never been on a dyno that does this. I'll be calling CLM in Newark when they open. The really owe me a free hour as they know I was using this dyno to compare to my old one (shows tq) and the manufacturer!
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        Attachment 27856Attachment 27857Attachment 27858

        This is my first time using the DynoJet software so I couldn't get the bottom part of the graph with the boost going. I also couldn't get the torque on. I'm sure it'll be done by tomorrow but I'm pretty tired.

        Runs were very consistent and I am extremely happy. The one thing which I will say which will probably make me sound like a nitpicker is that the guy running the Dyno messed up the run prior to the highest one recorded. He didn't press the "sample" button before the run so it was a wasted run. Could have it been lower? Sure. Could have it been higher? Sure. Will we know? Nope. Will I go back on the dyno over a possible few HP? Nope! Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge

        I know you guys are understanding on here so I don't have to worry about getting flamed. Can't wait for some wise ass replies on the "dark side"... Click here to enlarge
        598 STD...

        I don't know what to say Click here to enlarge
      1. Andrew@activeautowerke's Avatar
        Andrew@activeautowerke -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        These idiots didn't record RPM!!!! No tq! Who does that!?!? I figured it was somewhere in the settings but nope. Never been on a dyno that does this. I'll be calling CLM in Newark when they open. The really owe me a free hour as they know I was using this dyno to compare to my old one (shows tq) and the manufacturer!

        Yeah it sucks. They should of put rpm as that is standard practice. Good news is you made over 580 whp so we can make a very good estimate of your tq even though its not showing.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        These idiots didn't record RPM!!!! No tq! Who does that!?!? I figured it was somewhere in the settings but nope. Never been on a dyno that does this. I'll be calling CLM in Newark when they open. The really owe me a free hour as they know I was using this dyno to compare to my old one (shows tq) and the manufacturer!
        That sounds amateurish and is a cause for concern IMO... wouldn't become my number 1 dyno shop.
      1. Andrew@activeautowerke's Avatar
        Andrew@activeautowerke -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        598 STD...

        I don't know what to say Click here to enlarge
        And without a Bs spike at redline .. Look at that !
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Andrew@activeautowerke Click here to enlarge
        And without a Bs spike at redline
        Which is used strategically to inflate peak figures Click here to enlarge
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        Well just found out from a friend that they don't have the right connector there for BMW/European cars to do the RPM reading. They could have told me as I did show them the dyno I was using as a comparison point but such is life. There was a shop in Garwood, NJ that had a DynoJet (20 min away) but they are MIA. They are also more of Honda tuner so might run into the same problem. I think the nearest DynoJet that could do this is in Conneticut so really no promises with going there...
      1. Andrew@activeautowerke's Avatar
        Andrew@activeautowerke -
        Ive seen some Eas dyno's that include up to 20 whp spikes. Anyway I am happy to hear our kits are performing just like we said they would. PERFECT
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        They could have told me as I did show them the dyno I was using as a comparison point but such is life
        They should have but didn't because you would have gone somewhere else.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Andrew@activeautowerke Click here to enlarge
        Ive seen some Eas dyno's that include up to 20 whp spikes. Anyway I am happy to hear our kits are performing just like we said they would. PERFECT
        EAS dynos... L O L.
      1. Andrew@activeautowerke's Avatar
        Andrew@activeautowerke -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        Well just found out from a friend that they don't have the right connector there for BMW/European cars to do the RPM reading. They could have told me as I did show them the dyno I was using as a comparison point but such is life. There was a shop in Garwood, NJ that had a DynoJet (20 min away) but they are MIA. They are also more of Honda tuner so might run into the same problem. I think the nearest DynoJet that could do this is in Conneticut so really no promises with going there...

        Nik its just a rpm signal clamp that connects to the spark plug wire. It is not Bmw specific!
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        The exact thing I was told is that they "don't have the input for euro/BMW".

        Connector - Input ? Same thing to me. Maybe a different thing in reality. Click here to enlarge


        I'll talk to the shop when they open and clear this up...
      1. NikB316's Avatar
        NikB316 -
        Well nevermind on that...

        The guy didn't bother to hook it up Click here to enlarge

        He was nice enough to make this right and is going to give me some free runs tomorrow or so when the time is good for both of us.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by NikB316 Click here to enlarge
        He was nice enough to make this right and is going to give me some free runs tomorrow or so when the time is good for both ofus.
        That is the right solution. Still, should not have been an issue in the first place.