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which is faster i neeed help a 1999 M5 with a v8 or a 2000 bmw 323 ci i need help.

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Why do you keep asking these questions?

They cam't be answered............there are too many variables.
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A BMW with a 323 CI engine? I don't think so.
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A BMW with a 323 CI engine? I don't think so.
that is not what he said.....

that's a model number, not engine size.. Sort of like Z-28 rather than SS 396...

I can certainly understand the confusion with all the crap numbers happening nowadays... LOL

I apologize if I might have offended.

Merry Christmas..

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which is faster i neeed help a 1999 M5 with a v8 or a 2000 bmw 323 ci i need help.
either one is faster than my 525 i ....... but I be lookin goooood.

and that is "Beemer"

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Old 12-22-2005, 05:17 PM
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as a side note BMW's are named by the body and engine
a 323 is a 3 series body with a 2.3l engine
a 525 is a 5 series with a 2.5 engine
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