he's right.. but you can always add more lowerend torque by getting a new diff like I did and some other mods as mentioned before... I would be willing to bet that my 325i with the future mods I'm doing will be as fast if not faster then a 328i
Originally posted by jrhaile@Jul 4 2004, 06:33 PM I would be willing to bet that my 325i with the future mods I'm doing will be as fast if not faster then a 328i
Not mine...MUHAHAHA MUHAHAHA.
The 328 only gains a couple of hp over it's 325 counterpart for a total of 191hp, but packs a whopping 26ft-lbs of torque more than the 325 for a total of 207. With the proper budget and mods, it is quite easy to pass the 250hp/250ft.-lbs torque mark.
Get it on a lift. This will tell you a lot. Using the info found in the FAQ's you will know what to look for. If you question it's power upon a test drive, have the shop perform a compression check, this will determine the health of the internals.
If the car is near you, take it to a trusted shop. IF you have to travel, call ahead and find one.
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