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      09-13-2011, 06:41 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by shicobico View Post
This would be BMW's middle finger to anyone and everyone who has ever had a HPFP problem.

What a strategy to reconcile your base consumers. The naturally aspirated M3 was practically the only solid performance car in BMW's whole e9x series.
Imagine all the N54/55 problems, now throughout whole line-up, bar none.

So sad.
It's definitely not a given that the future turbo engine will also have HPFP issues.