BMW1990: You threw me off there, did you mean normally aspirated, you don't sound like an advocate of turbocharged Bimmers?
And actually, BMW made FI cars back in the day(do you not recall the 2002 turbo--great car), this is nothing new. I'm not necessarily against a Turbocharged car from the factory, as all the necessary plumbing and engine design is intended for such. It's when kids slap a turbocharger on cars not built for them, that's when I shake my head. I'm sure the 335 will have the compression ratio, and necessary plumbing to make it a fun and reliable car, but I'm still a bigger fan of normally aspirated cars myself.
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