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Old 02-02-2004, 09:10 AM   #1
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Question how much is to much?

i have a 99 323i and i am getting close to 80,000 miles. Does this mean i shouldnt get F/I ?? i know that engines lose there compression over time and that people with forced induction on newer motors still have problems. i guess what im asking is if i went that route now would i run into alot of problems and would the car be unstable and unreliable? ???? i really wanna get the atp turbo when it comes out but im thinking if i want more power it may be time for a new car. please give your insight! Thanks in advance - Nick
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