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WTB 55 liter gas tank (318is)

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    WTB 55 liter gas tank (318is)

    Need a 318is tank, the cleaner the better.

    #2
    I have a good tank from a 91 ix. I believe they are the same as 318. Pm me if interested!
    The difference between porcupines and BMWs is that porcupines have the pricks on the outside!

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      #3
      Originally posted by wodcutr View Post
      I have a good tank from a 91 ix. I believe they are the same as 318. Pm me if interested!
      RealOEM shows a 63 liter tank, got a picture of it?

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        #4
        You either need a late model tank which the ix has, or an early model tank for cars that have two fuel pumps. I have both! The early tank is practically new. Pm me if you want pics or further information!
        The difference between porcupines and BMWs is that porcupines have the pricks on the outside!

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          #5
          Originally posted by wodcutr View Post
          You either need a late model tank which the ix has, or an early model tank for cars that have two fuel pumps. I have both! The early tank is practically new. Pm me if you want pics or further information!
          The 318is uses the early style fuel tank with one pump.
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            #6
            I have a BNIB late model i tank I would let go for cheap. Still boxed, could slap a label on and send it. Message me if interested.

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              #7
              You can buy a new aftermarket tank for around $200 shipped.
              BimmerHeads
              Classic BMW Specialists
              Santa Clarita, CA

              www.BimmerHeads.com

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                #8
                Needed to address my added capacity quickly, so I've used a fuel displacement method approved by the race series. This thread can be closed, thanks to all who offered help.

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