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Old 05-10-2011, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So first of all last year i bought a 1995 BMW 325is. Best thing i ever did.
Then after i bought the car the first thing i did was paint the rims flat black and bloacked out the tail lights ill show those pics later. Next i put in the green angel eyes along with HIDs. After the painting I got Dinan engine management and an AFE cai along with Bf goodrich kdw2's all round. Just recently I took the engine out to rebuild it at school. And here is the final project before it went back in.
I took the 2.5l engine i put a 2.8 crank, rod, and piston assembly in the m50 block along with s52 cams, injectors, exhaust manifold, and m3 sachs clutch set. Next I also used m52 springs with the head. Here is the car dyno tested before the s52 injectors installed. The car put out 188.3 peak hp and 179.4 peak torque at the wheels. I calculated it out to be around 230hp at the crank. It is way faster after that install. Now this is the covers after i painted them and they look awesome. This is a pic of the 4-gas analyzer during a two speed idle test @ 1500 rpm. This is the second part of the test at 2500 rpm. Now just waiting for the new vanos and the car is ready to rock. Let me know what u guys think.
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ty sir much appriciated also u you guys know that a/f ratio is 14.69:1

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