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2055Re: [bmw e28] Difference between eta 528 BMW and 528 BMW

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  • lavanya Srinivasalu
    Jan 6, 2004
      Hi,

      Thanks for your information...Could you please let me
      know the technical specification and the difference of
      the "eta 528 BMW" and "528 BMW" Engine...

      Regards,
      Lav.

      --- Ben Broke-Smith <astonmartinv8@...> wrote:
      > Lav,
      >
      > Basically, the 528e has a TOTALLY different engine
      > to the 528i, you can't convert. Well, you can, but
      > it would be a totally uneconomical exercise and far
      > cheaper to just go and buy a 528e.
      >
      > If you're in the US I suspect you have an e anyway,
      > since the 528i was never sold there. What is the
      > redline at on your tach? If it's low, it's an ETA
      > engine, if it's around 6k (maybe a little lower, I
      > can't remember and my 525i with the same engine as
      > the 528i, just smaller, is at the mechanic's
      > tonight!) then it's an "i".
      >
      > Out of interest, what makes you want to 'convert'
      > from an i to an e anyway?
      >
      > Ben
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: john macdonald
      > To: bmwe28@...
      > Sent: Monday, January 05, 2004 10:48 PM
      > Subject: Re: [bmw e28] Difference between eta 528
      > BMW and 528 BMW
      >
      >
      > lav2k11john macdonald5/1/04 9:05
      > PMlav2k11@...@...
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > I own a 528 BMW car and i intend to convert it
      > into "eta 528 BMW" as
      > i was told that "eta 528 BMW" has better fuel
      > efficiency and high
      > torque.I would like to know the difference between
      > "eta 528 BMW"
      > and "528 BMW" Engine.
      >
      > Please do help in this regard,
      >
      > Regards,
      > Lav
      >
      >
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      > The Bmw 528i has the bigger block engine which
      > ranged in size from 2.8
      > litres to 3.5 litres this is a high revving engine
      > developing max power at
      > 5800rpm, the BMW 528e (eta) has the smaller block
      > engine ranging from 2
      > litres to 2.7 litres this was a low revving engine
      > developing max power at
      > 4250rpm this was never a popular engine in a BMW
      > and only lastest a couple
      > of years this engine was also used in the three
      > series.
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