Thread: 335d vs 335i
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      08-19-2007, 12:59 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by roofer View Post
Agreed.

Depends how you define 'Sportscar' i suppose.

They can be remapped to 340bhp, and over 500ft lLb of torque.

Our roads are better suited to the 'D' i know, but they take some catching.

The biggest problem (for me) is the engine has no soul.
the term Sportscar does not necessarily refer to a car with lot of HP/TQ. It needs something more. It's not easy to explain, what exactly - performance? YES. Torque? Yes. Transmission? Yes. Suspension? Yes. Wheels & Tires? Yes + all of this and more complementing each other, packed in a nice package. Now dont get me wrong, nuthing against 335d, it's a really comfortable long distance cruiser, but chipped or not, it's far from a sportscar. That's not dishonesting it, no way, it's just a fact. In fact the 335i also isn't a sportscar, but supported with a few mods it's really close, closer like the 335d.
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