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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyg323 View Post
    i see now the throttle is at the bottom of the throttle body
    yep spot on
     
     

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    my bad are they stright foward 2 fit?? and will the 325 throttle body be the big bore one??
     
     

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    my bad are they stright foward 2 fit?? and will the 325 throttle body be the big bore one??
     
     

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    I Wouldnt say it's straight forward but it's not hard. There are plenty of DIY write ups on the net. There isn't any internal diameter difference between the throttle bodies unless you get a specifically modified one. Apparently they aren't worth it with regards to gains but I imagine it will help overall with the manifold conversion. Alpina527 is a renowned member on here and does OEM fit M50 manifolds and big bore throttle bodies.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyg323 View Post
    my bad are they stright foward 2 fit?? and will the 325 throttle body be the big bore one??
    The 325 body is exactly the same size as a standard 328 body. As already stated, the bbtb is an enlarged 328 body.
     
     

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    thanks for al da help but does any1 know if putting the m50 manifold give's the 323 a limter\cut-out??
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyg323 View Post
    thanks for al da help but does any1 know if putting the m50 manifold give's the 323 a limter\cut-out??
    I'm not quite sure what you mean, but the m50 manifold won't make a 323 cut out.

    It's not a straightforward fit. If you want a manifold and bbtb that's been machined to plug and play, drop me a pm
     
     

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    not gona bother with the bbtb have the 325tb one with the manifold i got. but how do u get a limter\cut-out on the 323??
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpina527 View Post
    but the m50 manifold won't make a 323 cut out.
    how do u get a 323 to cut-out???

    can any1 help me out here
    Last edited by eddyg323; 04-09-2012 at 19:17.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyg323 View Post
    but how do u get a limter\cut-out on the 323??
    the rev limiter is part of the ECU programing and all the e36 have it you can have it increased to 7200 rpm from 6500 rpm when you have the remap to make the m50 conversion work properly
     
     

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