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Old 05-03-2004, 05:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to know if a 1993 e34 m5 Limited Slip rear differential 3.73 would work with my 1992 525i 5-spd (my car has Dinan: chip, custom cut Cold air intake, BB-throttle body, exhaust = 220hp/215lb) I want to know if it would fit easily, and would that be too short of a final drive. Please help thanks much!!!
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I want to know if a 1993 e34 m5 Limited Slip rear differential 3.73 would work with my 1992 525i 5-spd (my car has Dinan: chip, custom cut Cold air intake, BB-throttle body, exhaust = 220hp/215lb) I want to know if it would fit easily, and would that be too short of a final drive. Please help thanks much!!!
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Thank you for your response, I just also wanted to know is the final drive too short for the 525i its a 3.73 thank you!!
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Im sorry to say, but i dont think those mods get you close to 220hp !! Maybe i'm wrong, but have you have ever had it put up on the dyno??
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