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    B25 GT3076r Conversion

    Alright guys,

    Newb in the house!

    I'm Ryan from sunny England, I have a 2003 325I at the moment and I'm looking to spice up its life with a GT3076r, However I'm interested in finding out sooner rather than later what the true capabilities of the current engine is, as you guys over the pond seem to have toyed with the 'ol smaller blocks a lot more I'm wondering what your opinions are, wether I should use any other BMW engine that's a bit more suited to higher power or sack the idea off and just put a Nissan/Toyota engine in it RB/JZ

    If you feel it's feasable for me to use the turbo without any real arseache on the current M54 then please, feel free to link me to any similar builds I may have missed or any parts I'd benefit from using

    Cheers,
    Ryan

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    Honestly, you're best off buying a working turbo kit rather than trying to adapt a turbo on your own.

    It also depends on your transmission but the auto won't take too much abuse so I'm guessing you are manual.
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