Yes it would but you might be better off selling your car and buying a 95 ///m3 if you wanna save on the engine and labor costs. IF you can install the engine and components yourself that's a different story.Originally posted by ph0er0n3r@Jun 22 2003, 08:05 PM
would it be possible to put in a 95' m3 engine in my 4 bangin 318is...
what L337 was saying is that it would probably be cheaper to just buy a 95 M3. a project like that could easily go over $10k. the engine itself could cost you anywhere from 3-6k, plus you'd have to rework the entire exhaust system, get a new ECU, and probably new springs and dampners to even out the extra weight in the front. then theres a ton of labor involved which could run you $60-75/hr.Originally posted by ph0er0n3r@Jun 23 2003, 01:35 AM
but no money f0r the 95 m3 itself...and i was thinking the engine in a lighter car...
i agree with Trigger on thisOriginally posted by triggrhaapi@Jun 23 2003, 10:13 PM
1. get a turbo kit or s/c kit, boost the crap out of your motor
2. get a car with a bigger motor.