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Old 01-16-2004, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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B) A friend of mine has a 320i E36, year 93. It already has an air filter, but nothig more. he's interessed to know how many hp can his six cilinder engine get with some changes, and what changes? Can anyone send me some adress pages for tunning? Thanks in advance!
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heh air filter....
could do exhuast, intake, chip, road holding stuff,...a big spoiler on the back (jk)
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ye, if he gets a good aluminum racing spoiler he could gain about 15-17hp.... at least
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the 320 should be able to utalize any part from any of the other i6s. To dramatically increase power, all of the following could be done without going to a supercharger or turbo.

Pullies
Cams
Port/Polish
CAI
Headers
exhaust
chip
new head
multithrottle
larger injectors
performance ignition coils
lighter flywheel

All of those will create more power or reduce the amount of power needed to move them, thus increasing speed.
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