Just an observation, but I'd be surprised if the 'smaller' box could
handle the torque of the larger engine. BMW buy in their boxes so have a
larger choice of specs than perhaps a manufacturer who makes their own.
The boxes may be externally similar, though. But I'm only guessing.
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Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW
I doubt it, the 323 and 535 blocks are different, and so presumably are the
I looked at this issue when I blew the auto on a 735i many years ago, and
you couldn't even fit a newer switchable auto because of EMU compatibility
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