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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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Old Sat, Mar-24-2018, 11:19:32 AM   #21
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Default Re: 95 M3 Turbo "Build" (strapping a 6266 to a stock 200k mile motor)

OBTW, those are OBD2 stock ehaust manifolds. Did they weld up the internal air ports on the head side?
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OBTW, those are OBD2 stock ehaust manifolds. Did they weld up the internal air ports on the head side?
LOL really? They seemed to fit just fine. Again, not entirely surprising.
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Did not get to do much this weekend. Just cleaned up the pistons a bit since they were more than a little carbon'd up lol.

Got 3 done before I felt like my fingers were gonna fall off and I had to go to dinner. Coming along though.





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Old Fri, Mar-30-2018, 02:44:23 PM   #24
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I’m so excited to see how this goes
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Iím so excited to see how this goes
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Do you lose compression when take the catbon off?

Why is removal of the carbon beneficial?
Better flame propogation, avoid piston hotspots?
Just curious.

Nice build
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Do you lose compression when take the catbon off?

Why is removal of the carbon beneficial?
Better flame propogation, avoid piston hotspots?
Just curious.

Nice build
1) yes probably lowers compression a tad, although doubt it’s anything measurable

2) engine will run a bit healthier/stronger

3) it doesn’t look like shit anymore
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Default Re: 95 M3 Turbo "Build" (strapping a 6266 to a stock 200k mile motor)

Got some more stuff done this weekend. After helping a buddy replace the DEF heater on his 6.7 Ford, got to it.

Picked up a fresh head with fresh guides, valves already lapped, etc. from a buddy for a cool $250 which is a steal. Ordered some Supertech valve springs & retainers to go with it since I can't be happy just saving money.



Finished cleaning the pistons and started cleaning to top of the block as well. The pic of the block cleaned more won't upload for some reason of course though.



And finally pulled my cams and trays out since they are going in the fresh head.




Hopefully getting the springs and everything in this week so I can put the head together and start putting the motor back together (let's hope).
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Nice man, good progress and great deal on the head for $250.
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Wish s54 was this cheap to do lol


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