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Old 11-08-2009, 09:17 AM   #1
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ohkay so heres the story so far. The car is an 89,4door 325i Got this car off an older gentleman whos been restoring the car to FACTORING SPECS. replacing cams,valves, almost entire engine bay.

21/2 in piping, and a bovarian auto sport intake, H&R springs and blistien shocks is all the mods on the car so far.

so now heres my problem. im torn between turboing this car or doing a swap right off the start, which ive been in contact with millerperformace out in bc, and they have givin me some great info on turboing it. They even told me they have a kit, to 260hp, with no intercooler. m20 is a tractor engine, and you can never kill a tractor right?

Now i went to a met a few weeks ago, one guy right away said put m50, another guy OBVIOUSLY said throw an e36 m3 in it.

althought another guy gave me some great advice, saying the mustange gt injectors will bolt right to my m20.

anyone with expereince on the m20, or even help me get alittle extra juice.
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325i, e30, turboing?

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