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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Jesus christ. Can everyone see the pics?
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Jesus christ. Can everyone see the pics?
Can't seen any from the "Imgur is trash" post. Maybe they heard you lol.
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Not doing any head work?
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Not doing any head work?
Getting hot tanked, resurfaced, etc. Still on fence about reusing valves or going bigger.
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I would not bother with bigger valves on a stock block motor. New valve springs and retainers would not be a bad idea on a 23 year old motor. New lifters worth considering. Definitely a multi angle valve job. Guides if machine shop says you need them. New stock valves if you need them. Bigger valves require more head work to unshroud them. Not the most bang for the buck.
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Very nice. Good luck!
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I would not bother with bigger valves on a stock block motor. New valve springs and retainers would not be a bad idea on a 23 year old motor. New lifters worth considering. Definitely a multi angle valve job. Guides if machine shop says you need them. New stock valves if you need them. Bigger valves require more head work to unshroud them. Not the most bang for the buck.
Sorry by ‘bigger’ I meant aftermarket lol. Not doing +1s or anything.
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Photobucket is still infuriating but I managed to get these few pics going.

Pulled the head any everything that goes with it weekend before last. Wipers, ECM harness, injector harness (moved it out of the way), fan, valve cover, head studs, vanos, etc.

Looked a little crispy but not too bad inside for over 200,000 miles. Did have one valve that liked to party I guess.

Looking to hopefully have VAC get me a reconditioned head.





And it's definitely an S50! Was a tad worried for a minute has it had a bore symbol on it of 84 I saw once we pulled head... Guess it's just a casting mark from factory before it gets bored out.





Was in Houston this past weekend for TX2K18 so did not get anything done. Not gonna be able to do much this weekend since head won't be ready but hopefully cleaning off the pistons and tops of cylinder walls to see condition.

I took some good videos of some street runs in TX in my buddy's GT-R. Will try to upload to YouTube and put a link in here for anyone interested.
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