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Old 04-29-2003, 07:55 PM   #1
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whitch car is geting it and when
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The BMW X5 has it, along with the Range Rover.
But i'm sure you are asking about theGM 4.4L. It will be in the GXP Bonnie in '04.
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what are the spec on it
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Old 04-29-2003, 08:20 PM   #4
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The BMW X5 has it, along with the Range Rover.
But i'm sure you are asking about theGM 4.4L. It will be in the GXP Bonnie in '04.
all of the X5'* i have ridden in have had 4.6 L V-8'*, not 4.4 L one'* (P.*. do NOT race one of the X5'* with the 4.6 L V-8, they are FAST!!!!!)
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We have some good info on this board. I'm sure you will find something. http://discussions.gmforums.com/inde...22a5a77a4f707b

If not you can look here at these. Not sure if the links still work. I just pulled them from my fav.'*. I have some pics somewhere of the GXP, that I took at SEMA & a track side photoshoot. its a sweet looking & driving piece of machinery.
http://www.gmhightechperformance.com...den/index.html
http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...ar.mv&num=1503
http://www.edmunds.com/news/autoshow...7/page014.html
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The BMW X5 has it, along with the Range Rover.
But i'm sure you are asking about theGM 4.4L. It will be in the GXP Bonnie in '04.
all of the X5'* i have ridden in have had 4.6 L V-8'*, not 4.4 L one'* (P.*. do NOT race one of the X5'* with the 4.6 L V-8, they are FAST!!!!!)


Just because the only ones you have been in had the 4.6L doesnt mean they didnt come with the 4.4L. Case in point.
http://membrane.com/philanet/wgbmw/showroom/x5.html
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The BMW X5 has it, along with the Range Rover.
But i'm sure you are asking about theGM 4.4L. It will be in the GXP Bonnie in '04.
all of the X5'* i have ridden in have had 4.6 L V-8'*, not 4.4 L one'* (P.*. do NOT race one of the X5'* with the 4.6 L V-8, they are FAST!!!!!)


Just because the only ones you have been in had the 4.6L doesnt mean they didnt come with the 4.4L. Case in point.
http://membrane.com/philanet/wgbmw/showroom/x5.html
True, the 4.6is is a great vehicle though
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I thought this was a Bonneville forum, not a BMW forum.
I deal with Bimmers all day at work, thankfully I dont drive one.
Ok, just so you all know,
most X5'* have a 3.0L inline six.
some have the 4.4L V8
and a very few have the 4.6L V8
Hope that clears it up
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It sure is a Bonneville forum ...just widely expressed. he asked a broad question..so he got a broad answer, usually how that goes.
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I thought this was a Bonneville forum, not a BMW forum.
I deal with Bimmers all day at work, thankfully I dont drive one.
Ok, just so you all know,
most X5'* have a 3.0L inline six.
some have the 4.4L V8
and a very few have the 4.6L V8
Hope that clears it up
in your opinion, which is better? (reliability wise)
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