With this modification, your M52B25 or M52B28 engine will make more power.
The M52B25 and M52B28 engine can be found in the E36, E39, E38, and in some early BMW E46 models. It is not the easiest modification, but if you are at least a little handy, it is not difficult. Some people say that this will gain an additional 20HP, while some say it won’t give you any. I believe that there are power benefits.
In the picture below, you see on the left an M52 intake, and on the right, an M50 intake. Continue reading →
The car sits alone, all is quiet, nobody is around. It’s safe, locked, and being patient for it’s owner to return to the garage. But before you do, the car freaks out. The lights are flashing, the siren is wailing, and you’re just thinking to yourself: “WTF.” Continue reading →
BMW has initiated a recall for several models, more than 780,000 vehicles worldwide, in countries such as Canada, Japan, South Africa, and the United States. There is a problem with the positive battery cable; the tin on the connector may degrade over time, causing electrical problems, stalling, or even a complete loss of power while the vehicle is in motion.
The affected vehicles include: 1 Series coupes and convertibles (both 128i and 135i) from the 2008 to 2011 model years; 3 Series sedans, coupes, convertibles and sport wagons (both 328i and 335i) from the 2007 to 2012 model years; and Z4 roadsters from the 2009 model year to present date.