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Old 01-05-2006, 06:09 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by thinair
no, the M52B25 is a 2.5L engine, it puts out a less power then the M50B25 from the 325/525.
It is a 2.5l, but it is based on M52B28 more than it is based on M50B25TU
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Originally Posted by SickFinga
It is a 2.5l, but it is based on M52B28 more than it is based on M50B25TU
Well, it's an M52. I'm just saying it's a detuned 2.5L, meaning it doesn't really compare to the M50B25tu, it was the replacement for the M50B20. It's single exhaust too (6-2-1), like the 320i.
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