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Old 03-09-2019, 08:54 AM   #16
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Old 03-13-2019, 09:14 AM   #17
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Simply stated get the i engine or you will regret your choice. Why do you think BMW replaced the e with the i ? I've owned both for what that's worth.
Hey Jim!
So I have an 'e' sedan (SETA) and I was wondering if I put work into it to make a stroker, would I have as much fun as an 'i' ?
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Simply stated get the i engine or you will regret your choice. Why do you think BMW replaced the e with the i ? I've owned both for what that's worth.
Good advice, I like i engine too, so much fun
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Simply stated get the i engine or you will regret your choice. Why do you think BMW replaced the e with the i ? I've owned both for what that's worth.
I concur.
I've owned e30's (both manual m20's) back when they were much younger than they are now.

When I had the 325es, i always felt there was was something missing.
Once I got the 325is, any concerns I had before were addressed.
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Old 03-15-2019, 07:55 AM   #20
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Hey Jim!
So I have an 'e' sedan (SETA) and I was wondering if I put work into it to make a stroker, would I have as much fun as an 'i' ?


My opinion is not a qualified one as I've never owned or drove a stoker. Seek out the opinion of those that have. From what I can tell those that have done this modification are very pleased.
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