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According to the quoted sources

7.5 seconds for the original 2.3-16 (recent Mercedes Classic Magazine article)

"Under 8 seconds" for the original 2.3-16 (Mercedes Sales Brochure)

7.7 seconds for the 2.5-16 (Mercedes Sales Brochure)

The only factory turbocharger was on the five cylinder 2.5L turbodiesel.
 

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According to the quoted sources

7.5 seconds for the original 2.3-16 (recent Mercedes Classic Magazine article)

"Under 8 seconds" for the original 2.3-16 (Mercedes Sales Brochure)

7.7 seconds for the 2.5-16 (Mercedes Sales Brochure)

The only factory turbocharger was on the five cylinder 2.5L turbodiesel.
thanks MTI,
but I want to know that in the real not in qoutes

another question please, whats the different between stock 2.5 and evoII?
are there available after market turbos that can be fixed in the 190e ??
 

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What is "in the real?" Without proper testing equipment, most measurements are going to be estimated. I do have magazine road test reports, but they were in MPH, so it did not answer your KPH question.

The 2.5-16 engine in the Evolution II is nearly completely different than the "normal" 2.5-16. From the crankshaft, bearings, fuel management, valvetrain . . . all different.

There were a few turbocharger systems sold in the 80's and 90's for the W201, including Mosselman, Lotec and others. There is a UK owner that is selling a used Mosselman for approx US$4K and that will push a 2.3-16 to 250 bhp at 5.5 psi boost.
 
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