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70 02,M10,dual sidedraft weber,5 Speed (I want to add turbo)


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I have a few questions about turbo charging my 02. I have a 1970 BMW 2002, M10, with dual Sidedraft Weber carburetors, and 5 Speed transmission. I am looking for a turbo kit, if there is one out there. I don’t have all the tools to create the kit myself, that is why I am looking to see if someone has put one together out there. Please let me know if you have done this before and if you could help me out that would be great.

Thank you

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This is what you wanna do.......

1. Remove your dual Weber carbs, intake,linkage, etc. and sell them on ebay

2. With the money you make buy yourself a tunable EFI system from www.diyautotune.com

3. Look over at the project blog section and look for Pinepigs blog about his sweet turbo'd 2002 and read up on what others have done with fuel injection. Cause its gonna take alot of work to seal up those carbs and get it jetted just right. Fuel injection is the way to go.

Good luck!

P.S. Your car looks awesome!

David G.
1989 Volvo 240 Wagon "Da Brick" Daily driver
1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R "Hitomi" Sleeping. Waiting for NEO VVL!!
1976 BMW 2002 "Diana" The never ending project!!!

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Nice car, last time I saw it, it was for sale at Pacific Raceways, are you the guy the bought it, or the guy that still owns it?

Personally, i'd stick with carbs, more simple enjoyable fun. I ditched a EFI effort because I wanted to drive my car!! I was getting frustrated and burned out on the EFI stuff

Bryan

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now in everett

73' 2002 "red"

66' 2 Door Cortina GT

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If you went with a E30 style intake the EFI part is not that bad.

The turbo stuff is another problem, there is no "kit" you are going to have to figure it out. Goodandtight ( on e30tech ) makes a manifold as does 666fabrications, after that you are on your own with piping, intercooler and downpipe.

there is no doubt it's fun but it's not plug and play easy.

Charlie Mac in Sacramento.

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