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Old 12-15-2019, 02:37 AM
Join Date: Jul 2019
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Eaton M122 Supercharger for X5?

Okay, all opinions welcome! Iíve been seeing in my research a lot of DIY Eaton (mostly the M62) installs on various vehicles including M62 engine BMWs. I have a Ď06 E53 4.4i (with the N62 engine) and want to see some moderate boost to low end torque and HP.
I have seen people use the M122 on BMWs and so I started considering that particular SC. Then I came across the version developed for 4.4l V8 caddies that can be found on eBay complete with intake manifold, throttle body, and the like.
Hereís a link to some pictures:
1: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/L9oAA...lud/s-l300.jpg
2: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/AIgAA...lui/s-l300.jpg
3: https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/qVEAA...lut/s-l300.jpg

Why shouldnít we use this package as a foundation for an E53 SC? Am I nuts for even suggesting it? I mean, like i said Iíve seen M122s installed on M62 BMWs so why not the N62...
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