BMW M102 Straight-6 engine
The BMW M102 (also known as "M30B32LAE") is a turbocharged straight-6 SOHC piston engine which was produced from 1980–1982. The engine was used in the E23 BMW 745i and superseded by the M106.
It was based on the M30 engine and has a displacement of 3,210 cc (196 cu in). The KKK turbocharger produces 9 PSI of boost and an air-to-air intercooler is used. The M102 produces 188 kW (252 hp) and was used in the BMW E23 7 Series, where it was designated "745i".
- 1980–1982 E23 745i