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    i currently drive a 328i but bought a coupe for breakin as well. problem is its a 323 coupe but i was told it had a 328 engine in its place which i dot think is true. wondering if someone could give me the part number of the m50 manifold so i could see if its the same and use it on my 328
     
     

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    Have you looked on the passenger side of the engine block for the engine number?

    11611735727 is a M50 inlet manifold number. http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partxref....11611735727%09

    Also speak to Alpina527 as he knows lots on the M50 conversion. http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/members/11349.html
     
     

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