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    i have had my m50 manifold on for a while now had a few probs with it stripped it down to day i have been usin a m50 temp sensor that was on the manifold when i got it. after reading a few thing people are saying i should be using the temp sesor of my old m52 manifold does it matter witch one you use ?? any help please any one
     
     

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    The m50 sensor has a different value. I always use the m52 sensor in it's original location
     
     

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    i have just changed it over now . i have been using the m50 one for ages now maybe it wasnt working rite then ??
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpina527 View Post
    The m50 sensor has a different value. I always use the m52 sensor in it's original location

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    after test drive car ran great again the m50 sensor was not doing the job lo. just had a race on my back with a 3.0l z4 not sure what bhp thay are ? any how i left him so cant be to bad hay
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan123ben View Post
    after test drive car ran great again the m50 sensor was not doing the job lo. just had a race on my back with a 3.0l z4 not sure what bhp thay are ? any how i left him so cant be to bad hay
    Max power: 261bhp @6600rpm
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    will i pulled away from it. we were both pedal to the metal both roofs down <drag> lol he look suprised i was getting away
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan123ben View Post
    will i pulled away from it. we were both pedal to the metal both roofs down <drag> lol he look suprised i was getting away
    so not only did you have a better looking car you had a faster one as well... win/win!

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    i do like the look of the z4 still . yes i did. god i would like some us m3 camshafts? now
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan123ben View Post
    i do like the look of the z4 still . yes i did. god i would like some us m3 camshafts? now
    Z4 = - I almost considered getting one thinking that the 'look' would grow on me.. it hasn't.. if anything I like it even less than I did then.. it really hasn't aged too well IHMO..

    now the new Z4 on the other hand which has harked back to some of the Z3 styling highlights is another proposition entirely!..

    not sure how much US M3 (S52) camshafts are - but you might want to check to see if you could get Shrick camshafts in a similar spec for cheaper..

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