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Old 02-01-2015, 02:37 PM   #1
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can someone tell me what 3.2 lit is in cubic inche

I was just wondering about the size of the m3 is in old school cubic inch...
how would it compare to the muscle car in it day lollll
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3.2 liters equals 195 cubic inches
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To actually put that into perspective - it's roughly the same size as the straight-6 in the old mustangs yet it has 3x the power.
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That one has about 8.5x the power.
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I have 425rhp out of my 3.2 with help from my aa s/c... have to say aa made my m3 the same if not better than most of the 60'ies muscle cars you just have to love it...
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I have 425rhp out of my 3.2 with help from my aa s/c... have to say aa made my m3 the same if not better than most of the 60'ies muscle cars you just have to love it...

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wanted to explain how i got the 425rhp

aa c81 trim blower
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also have 410 gears they are a blast



got 453 rhp with 18" wheels with my 19" wheels i am geting 425rhp need the power to carry me sence i am 235lbs and have in my car 4-10" subs
cant find my dyno sheet with the 425 rhp but i am telling the truth trust me...
it aint that powerful like some of the turbo or the new type s/c from aa...
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I have 425rhp out of my 3.2 with help from my aa s/c... have to say aa made my m3 the same if not better than most of the 60'ies muscle cars you just have to love it...
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aa c81 trim blower
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no cats
group m race muffler
light weight flywheel
also have 410 gears they are a blast



got 453 rhp with 18" wheels with my 19" wheels i am geting 425rhp need the power to carry me sence i am 235lbs and have in my car 4-10" subs
cant find my dyno sheet with the 425 rhp but i am telling the truth trust me...
it aint that powerful like some of the turbo or the new type s/c from aa...
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Looking great there Bob!!!
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v can you tell me which s/c i have it begins with a renacade

i cant spell it... but to be honest if i put back the cats and take out the headers
i would have around 410rhp.... but the 410 gears pick up the loss h/p.... also adding 40 lbs of torq in first
have to tell you my friend drove my car and race a e92m3 my car beat it by 3/4 of a car length by the 1/4 mile race.. with the 410 gears the e92 never was in front of my car... that was very injoyable sence i cant shift good with my right hand
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that chick in your sig can probably handle the liters or inches either way.
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that chick in your sig can probably handle the liters or inches either way.
she got into playboy a few years ago. my car club met her when she was 18 yrs old and I like her good personally lollll but over the years I took a lot of pictures with her near my car by the way her name is Karin Noelle...
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Very nice Bob! Best model/BMW photo I've seen.
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