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Re: Turner Motorsports 2.5 liter...... (archive)

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Posted by '88 2.5L on April 23, 2002 at 13:40:59:

In Reply to: Turner Motorsports 2.5 liter...... posted by Gerald Williams on April 23, 2002 at 13:16:34:

I did this conversion 3 years ago and i have never had any problems with overheating. since I added an EVO II chin spoiler, it seems like the oil temp is slow to come up to operating temp. reliability has never been an issue. has run great since i got it back.

hey guys,
I am thinking of getting the turner motorsports 2.5 liter conversion when i rebuild my motor in a few weeks, this will give my car lots more torque! My mechanic tells me that I may run into overheating problems when the bottom end gets bored out to fit the 95mm pistons.Can this happen? Has anyone done this conversion to their car? How reliable will this be if i get it done?
thanks,
Gerald Williams
1990 M3





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