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Old 08-24-2006, 01:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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will an e36 m3 engine fit in an e36 325i chassis?

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your acting like the man shuold know everything... you hardly know shit about cars yourself...


but resorting to the point of this thread.

yes it will fit, as e36 is the body number which means they are all the same shell only the different numers are related to the drivetrains (engine and stuff) and other featuers the car has. in turn, yes you can do a direct switch if you wish.
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yeah i figured, just thought it wouldnt hurt to ask cuz that would suck if i shelled out for something that doesnt fit in right. thanks
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