Originally Posted by F1VENOM
It's to prevent the Gazz situation of the thing never running. Stroke and supercharge it.
problem with the supercharger kits is they don't seem as well engineered as the dinan products. You can bolt a supercharger on to anything pretty much, so it kind of eliminates some of the barrier to entry to people who really have no business working on a car like this. Lots of those kits run poorly, and most of the time they don't go into the motor, which makes me kind of skeptical as the motor is designed to run N/A. Lots of supercharged M3s run like ****. Plus it changes the dynamic of the car. One of the best things about the car is the high revving characteristics of the motor, and I wouldn't want to lose that.
Obviously if I had the money and really wanted to go faster, I'd either trade the car in for a faster car, or get a second faster car. But if I had to spend it on this car, I'd much prefer the stroker to any FI alternatives.