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Old 01-12-2003, 04:35 AM
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I just test drove a 4.6is with my father today....................that truck reminds me of my '93 Mustang Cobra. Pure off the line grunt. The only difference is that the engine kept going and going. My dad is sold on it. He's 60 years old and he ordered one. Black Sapphire with Imola with Imola Red. Can't wait.
2005 330Ci Jet Blk/Blk 6-spd, ZSP, Xenon
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Old 01-12-2003, 10:15 AM
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Enjoy! Keep the rubber side down. The V8 X5's are muscle cars in designer suits.

Gotta wonder when the 4.5 Valvetronic V8 from the 745 will make it to the X5? With VW V8 @ 310hp, Cayenne V8 @340hp, the 4.4 is a bit outgunned. The 4.5 will close that gap nicely.
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