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#1 (permalink) Old 10-04-2004, 12:00 AM
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So 95 m3 or 96-98 m3? whatcha think

and that post be pres about ellipsoids was f-king hilarious

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i like the 95 m3 for a few reasons, obdI had the 3.0 less torque but really pulls in the high rpms, and the weight, if im not mistaken a little lighter of the weight is distrubuted differently? correct me if i am wrong. i just like the less restiveness (if thats a word) haha of the 95 obdI

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after doing some MAJOR research, the obd1 is better for modding the engine. the motors are basically the same but the obd1 has more room for improvement... I just bought a 97 m3 motor and I'm changing it to obd1

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yeah thats what i was going to add but forgot due to wrc rally magazine is on, if you do get an obdII and really really wanna tune the sucker just do the swap, aa tuning S/c also yeah yeah yeah!!!! thats what you need S/C!

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obd1 is much easier to moddify, plain and simple

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