Thats a very impressive all motor man. nice run. all i have done to mine is intake and exhaust i was wondering if you could tell me what would be the next best things to purchase with 1,300 dollars? any feedback will help thanks
If you are serious about drag racing, get a set of Mickey Thompson ET Streets. Biggest bang for the buck on the track, and you'll love the launch.
thanks do you have to launch at a higher rpm because of the tires? and what about as far as the motor goes what would you buy next if you were me.. i am new to the bmw thing i used to have a honda so i dont know what does good for bmw's
you aren't going to get much out of these NA motors.
The best bang for the buck is a set of ebay headers. should be good for 10-15 rwhp.
after that, its wieght reduction and a new differential.
Should have got a 335 you dope - a gutted BMW - WTF
This car have undergone an extensive rebuild including adding over 300 lbs of safety equipment to the chassis. In may it went back to the track after 2.5 yrs and ran a full 2 tenths faster despite being heavier. What does that tell you guys about the power potential of the M54?
I'm not even close to being done with this project....
It tells me you are wasting your time and money modding a 330 for the 1/4th mile. A very poor choice for a drag car.
Actually, I built it for Targa Newfoundland and GT road racing. I just happen to take it to the drag strip for fun. Check out my build threads on E46 Fanatics. Got any links to projects you have done? I'm interested to see your experience on the topic.
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