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Bmw E36 M3 1995 modell S50?


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Har en BMW E36 M3 fra USA. Den har en S50B30 motor med 240 hk. Spørsmålet mitt er da, er det ikke akuratt samme motor som er i EU modellen? Er den strupa i innsuget elr noe? Går det ann å få 286 hk i den, med å bare fjerne strupinga elr hva det er som gjør at den har 46 hk mindre? :)

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Amerikanske heter S52, og er basert på M50 blokk som er stroket til 3.0l.

Type trimming du gjør på denne er å gjøre som i en M52 trimming. DU bruker M52B25 innsuget for å åpne strupinga + bytte til euro eksos. Komplett, da har du en god del hester mer enn 240hk.

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Amerikanske heter S52, og er basert på M50 blokk som er stroket til 3.0l.

Type trimming du gjør på denne er å gjøre som i en M52 trimming. DU bruker M52B25 innsuget for å åpne strupinga + bytte til euro eksos. Komplett, da har du en god del hester mer enn 240hk.

Det er såppas ja. Jaja :) Takk for hjelpa :)

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The first E36 M3 to be imported to the United States was the 1995 model, which received a 3.0 L 24-valve DOHC inline-six engine with 240 bhp (179 kW; 243 PS) and 305 N·m (225 lb·ft) (S50B30US), a different suspension setup and a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time in about six seconds.

It was available with 5-speed manual and automatic transmissions. This engine was based on the M50TU out of the 325 but was bored out to yield greater displacement and utilized the same cylinder head but with more aggressive cams and valvetrain.

A LTW (Lightweight) M3 was produced in limited numbers for the 1995 model year:

The 1996–1999 model years had displacement bumped up to 3.2 L, still with 240 bhp (179 kW; 243 PS), but torque increases to 320 N·m (240 lb·ft) which is the same S52B32US engine used in the early M Roadster and M Coupe. The manual gearbox remains a 5-speed despite the European versions being upgraded to 6-speed. It was also available as a saloon starting in model year 1997, and as convertible in 1998. Production of the saloon was halted in 1998, while the other models continued until 1999.

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