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    Can anyone tell me if E36 M3 Throttle bodies and injectors fit straight onto an E36 328i coupe? Would I need to uprate the ECU a the same time?

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    No they don't. IIRC you need to move the oil filter housing and then even if you could mate them up the injector angle would be wrong.

    A lot of work for very little gain.

    What other mods have you done so far?
     
     

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    it is not that simple. but i now somebody who did this.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian S View Post
    No they don't. IIRC you need to move the oil filter housing and then even if you could mate them up the injector angle would be wrong.

    A lot of work for very little gain.

    What other mods have you done so far?
    I haven't bought the car yet. I return home from working away on the 12th so I will be trying to get my hands on a decent 328i coupe.

    Any info them or on mods etc would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spejtim View Post
    it is not that simple. but i now somebody who did this.
    Bmw's are new to me I just assumed everything is interchangeable lol I might give that a miss.

    Thanks for the advice.
     
     

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