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Old 06-05-2003, 05:02 PM   #1
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1992 325i e36 0-60

Well, i took the time it took my 325i "92 from 0-60mph,=0-100kmh.
Ant the time was 6.90.. is the good.??
It's a saloon,(4-door), 5-speed , with an air intake, open exaused, and a RDI chip.
with ca.131000miles on it. or 218000km.
Is That good.???
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Old 06-05-2003, 05:06 PM   #2
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That's not bad, it's 5 speed right? Stock time for a 5 speed is around 7 seconds and auto is 8 seconds. If you get a really good launch I think you can get just below 7

I killed the stock times on my car. Supposed to be 10 seconds and I got 8.8 in stock form. Now I have no idea what it runs.

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Old 06-05-2003, 05:16 PM   #3
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Nice. i see you have don ALOT of mods.!!
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Old 06-05-2003, 05:20 PM   #4
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Nice. i see you have don ALOT of mods.!!
Well quite moderate. Just all the usual bolt-ons. For BMW it takes quite a bit of time and money. So I'm getting there, slowly but surely.

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Old 06-05-2003, 05:24 PM   #5
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polish/porting the headers, wount that do alot for the car.?
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polish/porting the headers, wount that do alot for the car.?
I have no idea, but I doubt it. The 318's restriction is not in the exhaust system. The next thing I'm going to do is make the intake ports larger and swap out a larger intake manifold. The 318's exhaust manifolds are already very good. But I hate the intake manifold. It's very restrictive. Extrude honing it will give you an extra 8RWHP as I've heard.

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Old 06-05-2003, 05:38 PM   #7
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That's not bad, it's 5 speed right? Stock time for a 5 speed is around 7 seconds and auto is 8 seconds. If you get a really good launch I think you can get just below 7

I killed the stock times on my car. Supposed to be 10 seconds and I got 8.8 in stock form. Now I have no idea what it runs.

bry
I have always suspected to E36 318i to be faster to 60 than 10sec , I remember when my dad had his it use to keep by and even beat cars with much lower 0-60's for example the older Jetta V5 2.3 (on 2 occasions)
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I have always suspected to E36 318i to be faster to 60 than 10sec , I remember when my dad had his it use to keep by and even beat cars with much lower 0-60's for example the older Jetta V5 2.3 (on 2 occasions)
I wonder how they test the 0-60's at BMW. They probably granny shift and waste at least a second inbetween shifts. It's funny because people who buy fast cars assume that they will automatically go fast. I know a guy with an E36 M3 who ran 16.8 seconds 1/4 mile at the Cayuga drag strip, funniest shit ever. After that he sold his car and got a MB C36 auto.
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Old 06-06-2003, 02:50 PM   #9
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I took the mile yeasterday. i did 15.22 sec, i raced a citroen Saxo, fully modified, and i won that Saxo. , my end speed was 90mph.
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I took the mile yeasterday. i did 15.22 sec, i raced a citroen Saxo, fully modified, and i won that Saxo. , my end speed was 90mph.
ahh Citroen, I wish I lived in Europe

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