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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Thu, Dec-06-2018, 01:41:59 PM   #11
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Thanks guys. Car is really a blast, lightweight go kart with a great power to weight ratio. I love seeing the look on gt3 owner faces after not being able to shake an old e30

Oh and I miss spoke about the headers. We are running SS v1 stepped, but my old man has the Epic header and it is massive in comparison. May think about it at some point.
If I may offer some advice, you can increase the main intake opening to your bimmer world airbox, it's the 120mm opening I believe. This is restricting you. You need to open it up to at least 210mm Even the original CSL had a 200mm opening and an extra feed from below.I had great success on the dyno adding more ID to the intake opening I think you'll be making 15 whp more easy
Great respect for this car, I would love to have an E30 swapped like that.
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Impressive build and randy is great person .


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Old Sat, Dec-08-2018, 10:35:41 PM   #13
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Very cool car!

Is this Robert?? I just set the date on my calendar and will try my best to come out to Sebring and check it out.

You probably have no idea who this is, but this pic will help

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Very cool car!

Is this Robert?? I just set the date on my calendar and will try my best to come out to Sebring and check it out.

You probably have no idea who this is, but this pic will help
Small world...yes, this is Robert. Not surprised to see you on here with all the great BMW cars you drive. Maria always tells me about the ones she sees at school.

Definitely come out to Sebring for Winterfest. We will be there all weekend along with a few other M cars we built.

See you around...
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Old Sat, Dec-08-2018, 11:35:16 PM   #15
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Love this car / build, nice numbers - I really need to get cams!
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awesome build! which dry sump kit are you using?
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Dailey dry sump?

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Old Sun, Dec-09-2018, 01:32:11 AM   #18
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engine looks like it belongs in that chassis....

the next 50 whp would be about double what you've spent so far, its a slippery slope lol
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Thanks guys. I really think this is it for this car as far as power. I may need to figure out a way past our tire constraint, being limited to a 245 Hoosier even with stretched fenders.

For the dry dump, we’re running the VAC setup using a Peterson pump. We got it originally for the euro s50b32 swap previously in the car and then moved it over to the s54. A couple pics...


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288/280 huh?

Im liking that drysump too
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