1976 BMW 2002 with a Turbo Honda Inline-Four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

This 1976 BMW 2002 sold on Bring a Trailer for $21,500. In 2010 CATuned in Sacramento, California installed a 2.0 L Honda F20C inline-four and six-speed manual transmission. Out back sits a BMW medium case differential sitting in CATuned’s Monster Rear End Solution kit featuring a modified subframe and chromoly axles. The car visited Group 2 Motorsport in 2015 for a Garrett GTX2867 turbocharger, customer header, and an AEM Series 2 ECU. The engine produces 275 horsepower and 182 lb-ft of torque. The car rides on front coilovers, rear adjustable Bilstien shocks, and Ireland Engineering swap bars. A set of Rota 15-inch wheels with Michelin Premier AS 195/55 tires cover disc brakes with Wilwood calipers front and back.

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

1976 BMW 2002 with a turbo Honda F20C inline-four

Source: Bring a Trailer

1 thought on “1976 BMW 2002 with a Turbo Honda Inline-Four”

  1. Wait maybe I’m missing something? Why is a turbo’d F20C only making 275 hp? I’m mean it was 240 hp from the factory naturally aspirated(mind you at the crank). 300 is pretty obtainable in NA form. Not saying almost 300 hp in a 2002 can’t do some damage but just seems off of what it should be putting down.

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