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Old 04-03-2004, 01:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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which one of them is faster and how much faster? 328 has more torque but almost the same power as 325 (142kw vs 141kw). Maybe 325 runs better at high rpms (5500-6400) and can smoke 328?
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The 328 is a little bit faster!
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THERE IS NO REPLACEMENT FOR DISPLACEMENT.

Ofcourse the 328i is more faster than the 325i. The HP is almost the same, but the torque is whopping difference of 19qm.


REMEMBER the SL55AMG VS SL600.

They both have same hp493. But AMG55 has 516torque and 600 has 591torque.

That results into, 13.1 sec 1/4 mile vs 11.9 secs.
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what about a 325i non vanos with a chip and a Cai vs a stock 97 328i
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That one, you would have to find out yourself, as road and track has yet to perform such a face off. The 2.8L is a superior engine, and with a few mods, as i have had performed, it is closer to an M3 than a 325.
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the 328 runs 0-60 in the mid 6s, while the 325 runs it in mid 7s. The times varry according to driver and tranny.
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the 328 runs 0-60 in the mid 6s, while the 325 runs it in mid 7s. The times varry according to driver and tranny.
yeah i know that 325 don't have chance in 0-60 but at higher speeds where rpms are high (5500-6400) i think 325 should show it's advantages, because @6000rpm 328 has noticebly less torque than 325.
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Is there any significance in having a non-vanos engine? Whats the pros and cons, Vanos vs. non vanos? ..........Really curious! used
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i dunno about high speeds. my buddies 328 can keep up with me on the highway. and i have some mods done to my 325.
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pros of non vanos include less things can break
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Is there any significance in having a non-vanos engine? Whats the pros and cons, Vanos vs. non vanos? ..........Really curious! used
i listed a few things in this thread a while back
http://www.bmw-forums.com/forum/topic9660.html
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the 328 runs 0-60 in the mid 6s, while the 325 runs it in mid 7s. The times varry according to driver and tranny.
???????? The 328 runs the 0-60 in 7.2 sec and the 325 in 7.8 I thought. When you say the 328 ('only' 192 HP) just do it in 6.5, it's almost the same time as the '93-'95 euro M3 with 286 HP!! This M3 runs it in 5.9 sec!
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Originally posted by dutchbmw+Apr 5 2004, 03:40 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (dutchbmw @ Apr 5 2004, 03:40 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-El Presidente@Apr 4 2004, 10:09 PM
the 328 runs 0-60 in the mid 6s, while the 325 runs it in mid 7s. The times varry according to driver and tranny.
???????? The 328 runs the 0-60 in 7.2 sec and the 325 in 7.8 I thought. When you say the 328 ('only' 192 HP) just do it in 6.5, it's almost the same time as the '93-'95 euro M3 with 286 HP!! This M3 runs it in 5.9 sec! [/b][/quote]
i dont want to be a bench racer or anything, but for comparison purposes, in road tests i usually see 328's do 6.3-6.5, 323's do 6.6-7.1, and 325's do 7.5-7.8
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In fact you should assume from the manufactor values..........
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well i had to referance a magazine to get these numbers but they look about right.

328- 6.4sec
325- 7.3sec
323- 7.8sec
320- 10.1sec
318- 10.2sec

these are all e36 models
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