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BMW M10 Marine engine


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Maybe that's where the M10 powered Elva's I've seen sourced their nifty side mount distributor housings? The bellhousing and outdrive adapter would be an interesting device to extend with a pipe to facilitate installation of a rear mounted transaxle. (Nothing I'm interested in doing but discussed many times before on the FAQ)

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You have to be really old to remember this and I'll bet most of you never heard about it.

As far as I recall, this engine was also available for boats in a turbocharged version although I can’t find any info to confirm that.

http://www.bmwmarine.net/b130.htm

Last time I visited the Zemtrum, in February 2008, they had an M10 marine engine in their display of vintage BMW engines. I have several pictures. They are too large to post. I'll try to edit them smaller.

The Zentrum engine is the same configuration as the website you posted the link to.

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