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Old 02-06-2013, 12:25 PM   #1
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bmw e46 323 g power kit

hellow i have an e46 323 ( i'm from belgium so tax on bigger engines is retarded high trust me an 2.5 is a quite a big engine here ) .

I bought an g power supercharger kit , but to be safe i'm searching for an fuel regulator that fits with the original lines with 4.5 bar of pressure . does that exist ?

I heard something about and modded e39 fuel filter that shoud fit ? is that correct . thanks you very much .

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Old 02-07-2013, 10:14 AM   #2
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nobody ? greetings
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:19 PM   #3
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5.0 bar fuel rail pressure reg from the S54 M3 will fit in the M52TUB25 fuel rail.
BMW part number: 13531404089
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:22 PM   #4
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Bosch don't actually make a static 4.5 bar reg unit, they have adjustable units, but static units are usually 3.5, 3.8, 4.0, 5.0 in that range.
http://www.bosch-motorsport.de/conte.../html/2829.htm
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thanks very much for the info
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Hello,

As tu fini le montage ?

Dyno yet ?
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thanks very much for the info
You're welcome. Just so you know as well, there isn't a pressure reg in a M52 fuel filter like a M54 afaik.
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ok so as i understand the m52 filter had nog got a pressure regulator of does it ? srr englich is not ma native languige , i speak dutch as main and englich , german and french .
Where does the m52 has it pressure regulator on the engine ?

And to jef smg no this just prep for the car i need to get some stuf , just taking my time to get the info and the extra stuf for the car , bether to wait some time and do it right .
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ow anybody good a good brand for other injectors of wil m3 injectors work and fit ? greetings
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so can anybody tel me how jack up the feul pressure ? greetings
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add the ekp fuel relay and switch to e46 m3 fuel pumps.
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can you explain pls add the ekp fuel relay ?
greetings , i can go warlboro feul pump ?
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can you explain pls add the ekp fuel relay ?
greetings , i can go warlboro feul pump ?
I dunno if ur dme is set up for it. But there is a lot of info on it. Search Ekp relay. Or click the link in my sig to my build thread. I talk about it there. I installed it on my car because it's needed to run the s54 and 5 bar of fuel pressure
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ok thanks for the info , very very helpfull , thanks
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