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    323 and 325 both have exactly the same bore and stroke.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpina527 View Post
    323 and 325 both have exactly the same bore and stroke.
    why do they have different con rods and pistons and block then?

    seems a lot of messing around if they are the same?
     
     

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    Fitting a turbo wouldnt be that dificult. Something like a GT3071r would give you a nice bit of power, say an extra 50bhp at nice low boost IRO 6psi. Manifold manufacure isnt hard, use a 1 way valve to stop the MAP sensor seeing positive pressure and something like an e-manage blue to control fueling. £1800 all in. Really tho I would rather see a full new ecu to control the engine to its full potential.
     
     

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