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98s are OBDII. That might be a problem, but I'm (archive)

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Posted by not sure.(e) Seth H. on January 03, 2000 at 13:17:57:

In Reply to: Massive problems (M3 fitment) posted by Steve on January 03, 2000 at 11:16:29:

: I'm not a usual boarder on this board but I need your guys' help. You can see my posts at the BMWe30.Net msg board and at our E30 board here about how my engine threw a connecting rod last night. The point is; I've found a '98 M3 that will possibly have a good engine for sale. What kind of modifications are required to make a '98 M3 engine fit into my E30? It's an '87 325iS. I know the E36 M3 to E30 engine conversion is a fairly popular one but I do not know about such a late model M3. Help! I can be contacted via email.

: Steve
: '87 325iS




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