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      01-26-2010, 10:19 AM   #18
Ron1n
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Originally Posted by montr View Post
Diesel have a high pressure fuel pump for sometime. HPFP are new to gasoline engine. They are require for Direct injection engine.

The HPFP in the 335d is part number 13517804409

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...58&hg=13&fg=15

BTW, the diesel HPFP pump the fuel to even larger pressure than the gasoline engine. A major advantage of diesel over gasoline is that diesel act as a lubricant.
I should have clarified.

I meant that it's not the same HPFP that exists in the 335i.

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Originally Posted by I335 View Post
I have to say, I'm not impressed with the mpg figures they're reporting in the article. I've done just about as well w/my 335i on similar-length trips. Around here diesel is more expensive than 93 octane gas. If I had a 335d I don't think I'd be able to recoup the extra cost of the car/fuel for as long as I owned the vehicle.
Bet money that he was pushing the car a lot harder than belied in the article.



This is mixed city/highway. My trip to Phoenix over the holiday had me pacing for a 700+ mile tank (and I didn't go the random routes he did), until I started doing a bit of city driving while there.

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Originally Posted by vase330 View Post
Add to that the cost of refilling Urea every 15K miles service I think it is. Regardless, you have to fill when you go in for some service. You can add a piggy back like procede to your 335i, get diesel like torque, and tone more horse power, and keep the high revving character for a whole bunch more fun to drive. That is if you are so inclined to tamper with the stock car ofcourse, and not entirely necessary.
Urea is ridiculously cheap, and as mentioned, is covered by the maintenance agreement..and it's every 15k miles. Really not a big deal. A 125lb/ft torque boost is not common out of JUST a PROcede, and requires bolt-ons as well. Add a tune to the 335d, however, and you're over 500lb/ft of torque with minimal effort (and I *am* talking about at the wheels, not at the crank, since the car already has 525lb/ft of torque at the crank, give or take). Since you've apparently not driven the 335d, your opinion is subjective about 'fun to drive'. You don't need to rev to 8k for a car to be fun. Once you've heard or ridden in the 335d under WOT, I promise you that you won't have the same opinion you do now.
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