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  1. 1995 E36 328i best engine mods without using turbos or superchargers
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    I have a 328i e36 coupe on 1995 alredy have carbon fibire induction kit and has been chipped

    Now just looking for a fews tips on somemore engine mods with going into turbos or supercharges ......... well not yet anyway

    would be greatful for any tips cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil-328i-e36 View Post
    I have a 328i e36 coupe on 1995 alredy have carbon fibire induction kit and has been chipped

    Now just looking for a fews tips on somemore engine mods with going into turbos or supercharges ......... well not yet anyway

    would be greatful for any tips cheers
    M50 manifold conversion mate


    1996 E36 328I vert

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    Yep as above get an M50 manifold from a 325 or 525 put on-needs a bit of fabrication so you don't get leaks but this is much better than the current manifold you have on now

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    cheers sounds good plan

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    anyone got a manifold and conversion kit going anywhere

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    Easiest, cleanest and proven way is to PM forum member Aplina527 for one of his kits.

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    hi, i got a m50 manifold conversion kit on my e36 328is from alpina527. kit fits perfect and very well made.. big difference to the car, helped it breath better. recommend getting throttle bodies from him to..worth the money

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    US spec M3 cams..... not the easiest to find though

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    Done my m50 conversion today and it does make it pull much better from 4000 rpm all the way to the red line. I would recomend using one of alpina527's kits if their as good as everybody on here says. he one that came with mine was not brill so made the job very fiddly but all in all its definately worth doing especially with the mods you already got.

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