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I suggest U get the 98 2.8 (m) (archive)

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Posted by Z3POWER on March 03, 2001 at 23:31:30:

In Reply to: 2000 2.3 posted by Bill Lassiter on March 03, 2001 at 21:32:22:

That way U do not need to deal with the Dual Vanos system. With the single Vanos, if you deceide in the future to increase your power, U can opt for the S/C or turbo systems. Right now there is only one S/C from Germany that works for the dual Vanos systems @ a cost of $10,000 + installtion.

Plus if you want a lightweight flywheel, you will need to order a special bolt-mount pattern. Because after 1999.5, they changed the bolt pattern for the flywheel. I know, I ordered one.

So get a 99 & younger car, either the MZ3 or 2.8 If you want to check out what I have done to my 2000-2.8L; checkout my website.

Good luck - - Nathan =:o


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