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Old 06-07-2017, 04:28 AM
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M50TUB20 vs M50TUB25 cams

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So I am looking at upgrading my cams on my m50tub25 and after some research I have found that m50tub20 cams are more aggressive is this correct ?


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What research source told you that? Not disputing it (I don't know myself).
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What research source told you that? Not disputing it (I don't know myself).


A few google searches sending me to different sites


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A few google searches sending me to different sites


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We can't really help you unless you show us the source, I've never seen anything stating those things.

However, I'm ignorant to it too, I'd like more info.

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https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/s...n-m50b25-turbo
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If they did make a 2.0 tu engine (i have not seen) im at most certain that the cams would not be more aggressive. If they where ppl would have said somthing by now.
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