Newbie Tuner

MrHunter

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11
Location
Texas
Car
1995 BMW 525i stock
I am a Newbie tuner and I agree to abide by the forum rules.
I am from Texas and I have recently bought my first BMW and I must say that it is a fun car to drive. Its a 95 525i stock. I am currently replacing the head, but I have this desire to make it more aggressive. Before bolting on the head I am seeking sound advice to make my inline 6 unique. Any takers?
 
Well before you replace the head I would seek out a good machine shop and have it ported and install larger valves (space permitting)and the inlet and exhaust manifolds port matched and install a more sporty/lumpy cam. BUT do your research before you start.
 
Well before you replace the head I would seek out a good machine shop and have it ported and install larger valves (space permitting)and the inlet and exhaust manifolds port matched and install a more sporty/lumpy cam. BUT do your research before you start.
Yes thank you I will check into that today
 
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A well designed and built free flowing exhaust will also add a few more horses and make lovely sounds as you accelerate thru the power band |B

BTW no pod filters in the engine bay as they may look cool BUT will rob HP by breathing HOT air \B
 

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