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Old 07-08-2006, 04:44 PM   #8
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"My car is a 1997 328i.The motor is a 2.8 liter at this time the motor has pushed 635 horse power to the wheels.Getting that power to the ground is another story. The best part is, it is a all stock motor except a m50 manifold and low compression gasket.

635Whp 590Wtq Built and installed By ICS

Engine:Stock 2.8 liter,M50 manifold,550 injectors,Cometic head gasket,Arp head studs

turbo:Gt35/40, ICS custom piping with 4 inch intake,E-boost controller,hks 40mm waste gate,AA exhaust manifold,Spearco intercooler, AA Alcohol/water injection,greddy boost and fuel gauge,aem afr meter,ics custom 3 inch exhaust,greddy turbo timer

Stock Ecu, AA/Ics tuned

Nx express Intercooler spray,DEI co2 fuel and air cooler

Fuel:walbro255 pump,ICS fuel rail,Aeromotive fuel pressure reg.

Trans:M3 5 speed,Clutch masters fx800 dual disc ceramic bronzed clutch,cluth masters light weight flywheel,UUC evo 3 shifter,UUC steel braided clutch line,UUC trany reinforcment bushings and cups,UUC Clutch stop

M3 rear frame,Turner solid frame bushings,turner weld in reinforcment plates,turner solid mono ball trailing arm bushings,UUC Adjustable Rear Control Arms,H&R lowering springs

M3 differential with 3.15 gears

VIS carbon fiber trunk and hood

Kosei 16x7 front
kosei 17x8.5 rear, Nitto drag radials 245/45/17"

www.bmw328turbo.com

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You can build up an m50 to 500+ HP, but its just cheaper to swap a 4.0 in and mod/boost that, same results with better reliability and less money spent
i never said anything about running on pump gas
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