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  1. BMW 5 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 5 Series
    Been looking at possible issues with low MPG and independent said possibly coolant temperatures were a bit low as perhaps 86C - sai should be more like 105 - 110 C . Does this sound correct as seems quite high ? Plus I have OBD2 tool with torque app and it is generally reporting around 89 - 93C...
  2. Tyres and Alloy Wheels Forum
    hi guys,i have bought a set of 19inch borbet x5 tiger claws 9j front 10j rear,with intentions to fit them on my 2002 e46 330i msport saloon,it has standard brakes and suspension.what is or would be the best or optimum tyre width and profile,and do i need wheel spacers,if so what size.many thanks...
  3. BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E21
    hi everyone back again hope to be on my feet soon but was wondering as i want to get back to doing things with my car again and have been reading a lot about this new coolant out and was thinking of doing it with my car so my question is does anyone know what the operating temp for the engine...
  4. BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E21
    I know its a recurring theme but I personally dont have the info on the door for the recommended back and front pressures. When you look at different forums and opinions peoples advice and preferences can vary between 25-45 so I have always found this one a bit confusing. I personally use 205...
  5. BMW 3 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 3 Series
    I cannot seem to find much information on this - I have an E91 '07 330d M sport touring with Michelin Pilot Sport RFT tyres (225/40 and 255/35 R18) I am trying to find which pressures people find to be optimum for performance, handling and minimising wear - door post seems to indicate 2.4 front...
  6. BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E46
    hi all.... just wondering what speeds / mileage you guyz get on your cars. i have a 318i (e46) and want to know at what motorway speed the optimum economy can be achieved. i have read somewhere that slower speeds do give more mileage? is it the real case though? thnx
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