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Old 03-11-2005, 11:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I was just wondering how much torque the bmw 530i is it has a v6 with a 3.0 liter engine with 225 horse power.I look all over the internet to see but, I was wondering if any of you knew or if you knew a site I could look at. used

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the E60 has 214 lb-ft
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Hi I was just wondering how much torque the bmw 530i is it has a v6 with a 3.0 liter engine with 225 horse power.I look all over the internet to see but, I was wondering if any of you knew or if you knew a site I could look at. used

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the BMW 530 V6 has 0 ftlbs of torque.... because it doesnt exist


sorry. BMW makes straight 6's not V6's haha its a pet peeve of mine :P
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what year is it? if its one of the newer models(newr than e39) it says it has 214lb of torque
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It is a 2005 bmw 530i . I saw it has 300lbs of torque in an article on the web just recently. Is this true. I meaning of this is I want to know if an 89' oldsmobile cierra with a 3.3 liter engine v6 has more power than the 3.0liter engine that the bmw carries.
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It is a 2005 bmw 530i . I saw it has 300lbs of torque in an article on the web just recently. Is this true. I meaning of this is I want to know if an 89' oldsmobile cierra with a 3.3 liter engine v6 has more power than the 3.0liter engine that the bmw carries.
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your kidding right? a new BMW 3 liter VS an 89 3.3l , you even need to ask that question
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sorry ciscokid i didnt read ur post b/c u are on my ignore list..(no joke)
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I knew the bmw was faster I just wanted to make sure.
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