AWD BMW E36 with a Turbo M54 Inline-Six

AWD BMW E36 with a Turbo M54 Inline-Six

This BMW E36 was built by a group of talented mechanics and fabricators for Swedish Time Attack Championship (STAC) in the R-Tire class. The team chose to power the race car with a 3.0 L M54B30 inline-six that makes 700-800 horsepower thanks to a Precision 6766 turbocharger. The engine features CP forged pistons, PPF forged … Read more

BMW M3 E36 with a Coyote V8

BMW M3 E36 with a Coyote V8

This BMW M3 E36 was built by Tarmac Offensive Motorsports in Lake in the Hills, Illinois. The factory inline-six is long gone and replaced with a Ford 5.0 L Coyote V8 that made 430 horsepower to the rear wheels thanks to ARP hardware, ACL trimetal race bearings, and custom tune. Behind the engine sits a … Read more

BMW E36 with a M73 V12

1992 BMW E36 with a M73 V12

Arturs Miskinis may speak three languages but on the track his 1992 BMW E36 speaks only one. The 27-year-old from Riga, Latvia competes under the Falken Motorsport flag in NEZ Drift and Latvian Drift Cup. Under the hood sits a 5.4 L M73B54 V12 from a BMW E38 7 Series running Bosch coil packs and … Read more

BMW E36 M3 with a S62 V8

BMW E36 M3 with a S62 V8

This 1998 BMW E36 M3 was built by MGarage Motorsport in Poland. The car came from the factory with a 3.2 L S50B32 inline-six but was replaced with a S62B50 V8 from a 2002 BMW E39 M5. The 5.0 L engine produces around 394 horsepower being fed from a Bosch 044 pump from a 80 … Read more

BMW E36 with a Turbo VR6

BMW E36 with a Turbo VR6

When Wojciech Go┼║dziewicz wanted more power in his BMW E36 M3 he turned to Turbo Lamik in Poland. There the team decided to swap the engine with something they had a lot of experience with. They decided to use a 3.2 L VR6 BUB from a Golf Mk5 R32. The engine was de-stroked to 3.0 … Read more