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    1990 735i looking to add power

    I have a 1990 735i, everything stock. ENgine has about 105,000 miles on it 4 speed stock transmission. I was looking for some cheap power adders. I was wondering if a performance chip would work. Any help is appreciated.


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    Re: 1990 735i looking to add power

    Go to bimmerworld.com and take a look at products available, especially the chip.

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    That's easy, get a 750!

    In these days and times ($4 gas) you can get one for about $2k.

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    LOL so true!!


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    750 Rear rotor fitment problem...

    I was hoping one of you might be a silver lining in this dark cloud.

    There were some 95% new rear rotors that I got at a local Sacramento wrecking yard a few weeks ago. I was told by the inventory guy that they were from a 540i. I ended up putting them on craigslist and selling them to a guy in Philly, along with the F/R calipers.

    Turns out, they were off a '91 750iL in which the rotors are not a direct fitment for the E34/E28/E24 offset. The whole situation is upsetting, but there is nothing wrong with these rotors, only that they dont fit the guy's 86 635Csi's rear brakes.

    Does anyone need rear rotors to have as a future set, to have when your current ones need replacing?

    I just need to make this situation right, and I'm hoping one of you E32 guys would like to have them.

    Please email me with any questions,

    Thanks

    Robert

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