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    Turbo m62 e30

    I thought an N/A m60 was a tight fit in an e30... this guy found room for a well designed turbo system. The header primaries are even equal length. Impressive work! Looks like the engine bay remained un-butchered as well.

    From what I gathered in a quick read-through of the thread, he just got it up and running, on 4.5psi. He plans to tear the engine down and build it for 15-18psi once the bugs are worked out. Should be insanely powerful, probably 800+hp. I've seen an 11psi m60 do 640whp in a Volvo 240.


    http://www.bimmerboost.com/showthrea...2-Turbo-in-E30















    85 325e m60b44 6 speed / 89 535i
    e30 restoration and V8 swap
    24 Hours of Lemons e30 build

    #2
    damn

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      #3
      Hmmh, as long as you can push the engine far enough there indeed can be space for "everything". :)


      With regards to the actual build, based on this picture I'd highly doubt it will hold together for long ...

      - E34 M5 (x 2) -
      - E30 V8 Cabrio "Kylpyamme" -
      - Alpina D10 Touring #33/94 -

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      - E46 318i Touring -
      - Toyota Hiace 4wd -

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        #4
        crazy

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          #5
          Pretty cool!

          I would hate to have to work on that!
          Mtech1 v8 build thread - https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/sho...d.php?t=413205



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            #6
            I would love to test drive that thing
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              #7
              Did he use fence pipe for those manifolds?
              1991 318i SOLD
              2003 325i SOLD

              Racecars and stuff.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Jonsku View Post
                Hmmh, as long as you can push the engine far enough there indeed can be space for "everything". :)


                With regards to the actual build, based on this picture I'd highly doubt it will hold together for long ...

                I hope he finds a way to shield those fuel lines.....

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