Question about BMW 323
That is an excellent engine, smooth, efficient, reliable, but if you wanted to go fast, I fear that you bought the wrong car. The 323 was optimized for torque, not horsepower, so it does a really good job of moving a relatively heavy small car with a small displacement naturally aspirated engine.
The things you can do will generally not be cost-effective, but if you are determined, I would suggest that you visit the Dinan and Turner Motorsports websites. Bavarian Motorsport is also good but they are mostly known for cosmetic enhancements and lights.
Take care to select modifications that compliment each other. That is, don't put on a chip that enhances high RPM performance and then bolt on an intake manifold or exhaust manifold that is designed to improve low-end torque.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YOU HAVE 190 HP @ 5300 RPM.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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