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Seems like it should, though.... (archive)

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Posted by PM3 on November 13, 1998 at 17:09:55:

In Reply to: Jim Conforti says it doesnt work (eom) posted by Hula///Man on November 13, 1998 at 06:50:55:

Firstly I am no Conforti know how, but I thought that if one were to convert to OBD I and have the 3.0 intake manifold on the 3.2, they would get like almost 15-20HP, then the mods. Places that have tested the Schrick say they gained 1 hp over the 3.0 manifold on a 3.0 (which sucks for the '95) which should mean that it can be good for us 3.2 guys, and not have to go through OBD I conversion ($$$). Is this somewhat correct, or am I just way off (or are you guys '95 M3 owners?). Thanks. PM3

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