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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bobS Click here to enlarge
    How so?
    Teams have been running the S65 since the M3 came out. Going back to 2009, nine S65 powered M3's competed at Daytona race in Continental Tire Series and continue to be raced to this day. S65 has proven to be very potent package gathering many wins and championships. A very reliable engine as well.

    The Turner cars picture for sale are in Rolex GT. The only two BMW's in the series. They are not even M3's to begine with. They are a tube chassis with a one off cabon fiber body. They use to run them with a M6 body.

    Turner races S65 powered M3's in other series.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bobS Click here to enlarge
    Ha I knew you wouldn't like that comment. The correct comment is that up until now, the s62 has been more widely used. Seems like more and more teams are switching to a version of the s65, 4.4 l is what I usually see. Wish BMW gave the road car a 4.4 l s65
    More widely used in what? Grand-Am due to regulations and cost? The S65 won its debut, what more do you want? Your comment about the S62 being more prevalent makes no sense it's the other way around.

    BMW did give a road car the 4.4 liter they didn't bring that car to the USA. Nothing is stopping you from stroking an S65 to 4.4 and beyond.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    You comment is still incorrect.
    Yep.

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