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Old 07-10-2004, 02:13 AM   #1
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better response

I have a 323ci what can i do for better response

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how could i do to put my 323ci faster
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how could i do to put my 323ci faster
Is forced induction available for 323s?
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forced induction is available and the way to go. If not their are plenty of bolt-ons but it can add up to some $$$. the shark really improved my throttle response(inexpensive as well). HTH
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forced induction is available and the way to go. If not their are plenty of bolt-ons but it can add up to some $$$. the shark really improved my throttle response(inexpensive as well). HTH
What type of bolt- ons could make feel a big diference on my 323ci
The inyectors of a M3 (95) could fix in my car
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Not really a bolt on but get a 3.46 differential as the biggest notacable difference. I would assume you are tracking this car though or want too and I would focus on getting r-coumpounds/ltw wheels and work on the suspension with sways and lower the car etc. the shark injector gives me that extra 500rpm for autox events etc.
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I'd offer a foot transplant, but I still need to drive.
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Old 07-12-2004, 11:59 PM   #10
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I'd offer a foot transplant, but I still need to drive.
I have a cheap cold air intake that i buy on ebay. But when i install on my car
i feel that my car is lazy and later has better response. Do you think that the Kn air box work better.
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