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Old Wed, Nov-15-2017, 03:30:15 AM   #35
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Default Re: Rod bearing pics - 2004 M3 motor w/93k miles

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Originally Posted by Dirty Elf View Post
i decided to go with the WPC bearings. my indy was easy to convince... i just texted him and said i wanted the WPCs and he said "ok i'll order those"

i am actually a mechanical engineer... this application is quite specific and i really am not qualified to comment. it would require some studying. from what i do know everything said here makes sense and that is why i chose the WPC bearings
Good choice!
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'85 528e 164k miles (sold)
'05 M3 6MT coupe

All DIY: 330 ZHP steering rack, diffsonline 4.1 diff with rem polish, E60 short shifter lever, AKG black diff bushings/subframe bushings, Rogue rtab, WPC rod bearings, Beyer driveshaft, full SS (SS stepped V1, catted S1, resonated S2, SS sport), Sachs clutch/flywheel, rear main, VANOS bullet proofing with anti-rattle, valve adjustment, cooling refresh, Ohlins R&T/Swift 448f 672r/GC street tops and camber plates, AFD E85 Proflex kit.
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