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Old 02-15-2005, 10:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wow, i have not posted here in a long time. So whats up? Anyways... I was curious, my 323is has a 2.5 liter engine, which is the same as a 325 (i hope im not wrong, right?) but i have several drive train limitations ect. that keep me from being a 325. For example, my exuast is two pipes, back to one, then two again. Could i do something like take 325 exuast peices and stick them on mine or will they not fit or, am i completely wrong in thinking this is possible at all? Thank you guys.
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Wow, i have not posted here in a long time. So whats up? Anyways... I was curious, my 323is has a 2.5 liter engine, which is the same as a 325 (i hope im not wrong, right?) but i have several drive train limitations ect. that keep me from being a 325. For example, my exuast is two pipes, back to one, then two again. Could i do something like take 325 exuast peices and stick them on mine or will they not fit or, am i completely wrong in thinking this is possible at all? Thank you guys.
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i think all e36 I6's have exhaust that way. 2 pipes flow through 2 cats, then into 1 muffler, then out 2
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I beleive you can convert to the earlier OBDI computer and basically be a 325is with 190 horses.
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i thought 323's were obd1
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E36 323's are only made in 98, making them OBDII. My pipes start as two, then to one right before the cats, then break apart right before the muffler.
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