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Someday I plan to give my 2000 323 a horsepower upgrade. I see lots of supercharger kits for sale but I was thinking more along the lines of cubic inches. Can anyone tell me if the 2.5L can take oversize pistons and/or why I couldn't I just stuf in a 4L v8 ? Where can I find this information??---Thanks
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