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Old 04-02-2007, 11:19 AM
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BMW B7 Alpina 4.4 Supercharged

On the way to the dealer, Shelly BMW I came across a BMW B7 Alpina and then while at the dealer they had one on the show room floor. $112,000 plus a $50,00o dealer mark up for the few that will be made. Alpina has figured out how to supercharge the Valvetronic engine. the 4.4 V8 with Supercharger acheives 500 HP. This is a modified version of the 7 Series but has a different from and rear along with weighing 400 lbs less. I wonder if this motor is what they will use for the future X5 is?
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Old 04-03-2007, 03:36 PM
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Hopefully. BMW is making cars to get @ their competition. Hopefully the new iS gets at the Cayenne Turbo.
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On the way to the dealer, Shelly BMW I came across a BMW B7 Alpina and then while at the dealer they had one on the show room floor. $112,000 plus a $50,00o dealer mark up for the few that will be made. Alpina has figured out how to supercharge the Valvetronic engine. the 4.4 V8 with Supercharger acheives 500 HP. This is a modified version of the 7 Series but has a different from and rear along with weighing 400 lbs less. I wonder if this motor is what they will use for the future X5 is?
No, they will use 4.4 bi-turbo, over 400+ hp and definitely tunable as 3.0 bi-turbo...
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Alpina still using ASA blowers?
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