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#1 (permalink) Old 07-16-2005, 02:43 PM
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Hi, i've owned my 323i (96) for two years now and was wondereing how to get more BHP out of the M52 unit.
Is it possible to do this by changing the inlet manifold, air flow meter and By adding a KN cone filter ?
would this give me the extra BHP that the 325i has ? if not any suggestions would
be welcome !

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Originally posted by agb512@Jul 16 2005, 12:43 PM
Hi, i've owned my 323i (96) for two years now and was wondereing how to get more BHP out of the M52 unit.
Is it possible to do this by changing the inlet manifold, air flow meter and By adding a KN cone filter ?
would this give me the extra BHP that the 325i has ? if not any suggestions would
be welcome !

cheers folks
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it will definately increase HP but you are not turning it into a beast...and it's not like the E36 325i at 184HP is a beast anyway to begin with...

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