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Old 01-11-2018, 01:06 PM   #1
zachdog
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SAP location with M52 swap?

Hello! I have an E46 with an engine swap and just picked up an E36.

I now have a 1996 ti with a 328 engine from a '96 vert. My brother owns a shop and did the work. Neither of us can figure out where to install the secondary air pump since there's not much space after the swap. We did a complete key/ECU swap, so the car thinks it's a 328 vert.

1 - Where did others install the donor SAP in the ti with this swap? The CEL is on and I'd like to figure this out.

2 - Or, is there a thread with pics to build a SAP simulator? There are a few threads on that in other forums but the pics are all defunct.

3 - Or, perhaps there's a way to flash Z3 Euro firmware instead? There's a thread on that in a 318ti forum, but I didn't see a way to install the 2.8L firmware.

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