Started on June 21 by bimmersouth

BMW 1989 BMW 325i

Engine: 1995 525i Modifications: Custumed tuned chip headers full exhaust cooled air intake (208)hp (194)lb.ft. torque at the wheels Suspention: Bilstein shocks struts H&R springs sparco steel strut tower brace solid mount fronts control arm bushings polyurethne traling arm and subframe bushings adjustable camber plates adjustable rear camber and toe Driveline: 1999 M3 trans 1995 M3 clutch and flywheel 3.25 lsd and MZ3 diff.cover and UUC Evo 3 short shifter Brakes: EBC greenstuff pads powerslot rotors S&S stainless lines super blue fluid exterior: Mostly stock besides custom metal front lip and 5Zigen 16x7in rims with falken FK452 in 225/45/16 Interior: Custom leather seats MOMO steering wheel AC schnitzer pedals shift knob and leather e-brake and shifter boot

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June 22, 2008, 6:40 a.m.

sorry about the bad photo quality, it's a scanned photo. this picture was taken during a very sprited parade lap with most of the GRM staff at this years Mitty. Bimmer in motion

June 30, 2008, 11:16 p.m.

How did you make that much power out of an M50?

July 1, 2008, 6:44 p.m.

The custumed tuned chip made all the differance. The stantard M-50 makes about 170-176 hp at the wheels. The guy that did my chip regularly make 185- 189hp a real10 12 percent more power. It made 192hp 186lb.ft with a dinan chip headers exhaust ( custom front half with a X pipe for the 02 sensor no cats to a supersprint rear section with another X pipe and custom intake and heat shield. He was able to make the 16hp 8lb.ft just by optimizing the tune to suit my other modifications. It was worth the $400.00 dollars that included dyno time.

Dec. 23, 2008, 10:33 p.m.

hmmm .. M50 with header/exhaust and proper tune.. I luv it ..if i knew then what i know now, maybe the M20 may not have made it into my engine bay ...

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