Brennsport’s E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

This BMW E36 is being built by Brennsport in Germany to compete at local track days but also be street legal. In the engine bay sits a 6.2 L LS376 V8 crate engine making 525 horsepower and 486 lb-ft of torque from GM. They installed the engine using a Holley rear-sump oil pan and Sikky motor mounts and stainless steel headers. The drivetrain features a TR6060 six-speed transmission with a Coolerworx short throw shifter and BMW 210 mm differential with M3 axles. The company plans to use a MK60 Motorsports DSC/ABS system along with an E36 M3 quick-ratio steering rack, Z3 M Coupe steering column, and BMW six-piston brakes.

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Brennsport BMW E36 with a LS3 V8

Source: @Brennsport

2 Comments

  1. Gavin

    As it stands worldwide, Germans are the best at track modifications. This modification is big poison for other track cats.
    I want to modify my 1999 clk mercedes 430 v8.
    Should I modify the headers and how much additional power will there be?
    Thanks
    Gavin Engel

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