BAT: 3.4L-Powered 1970 BMW 2800CS 5-Speed

John-T

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Seems like a nicely sorted out car.

Original color was Thundra metallic.

I wonder if it belongs to a forum member?
 

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Curious about the megasquirt engine management

I have that on the M90 Don put in my CS... So far, works great.
Depending on your setup, can control many of the parameters of your motor... fuel... spark... and such.
On my car - I believe it is just fuel. @sfdon can fill in the set up he usually installs and what works for him.
 

Wobdog

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Not sure I would get much in this state
 

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Wow that Polaris car looks nice. I wish they had redlined it under full load in the video.
 

teahead

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2800CS' still don't get the love as newer models.

Even w/B35 5-speeds and rear disk brakes.

If it was a CSi, it'd command pricing like this one:

 
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