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  1. 1997 E36 323 Convertible - engine mods 
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    hi all im new to the forum was wondering if anyone could tell me the best 1st mods i can do for a bit of extra power. thanks in advance
     
     

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    Fitting an M50 manifold is one of the best mods for a power increase and a remap to get the most out of it

    If you thinking of an induction kit then you could get a Dave-F which is very good http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...s-dave-t55036/
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    Fitting an M50 manifold is one of the best mods for a power increase.

    If you thinking of an induction kit then you could get a Dave-F which is very good http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...s-dave-t55036/
    i read somewhere you could de restrict the airbox is this true if so how do you do it. cheers mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyboy1 View Post
    i read somewhere you could de restrict the airbox is this true if so how do you do it. cheers mate
    Ther's a couple of guides in the how-to section
     
     

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    ok cheers mate also what model is the m50 manifold off. cheers mate
     
     

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    the 325
     
     

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    i cant seem to find the thread about de restricting the air box could someone send me a link. cheers
     
     

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