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I had the same problem when I put a 320 pulley on my car. To fix it I put 4 thick washers behind the fan. I don't know how much you need to move yours forward so I don't know if this will work.

Good Luck,

Leif

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Guest Anonymous

I had the same problem when using a 320 engine with the

longer pulley that accomidated the a/c belt. I just eliminated

the engine fan and wired up a 320 electric fan in front of the

radiator instead. I've seen lots of 2002 owners go to the

electric fan for various reasons, and it works well. you just

have to rig up a coolant temp switch to trigger the fan, search

the archives for auxilary fan and you should be good to go.

- Dave

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Did you use your old engine mounts? If they're a bit

knackered they'll allow the engine too much movement -

does it only happen under braking, or is it constant?

The other UK RHD M2 experienced this and has just ordered

the Ireland Engineering urathane mounts to stop any engine

movement (which they do, brilliantly)

HTH, Nick

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Guest Anonymous

...as I was discussing this issue with another M2 owner just

the other day.

In that case go with the other suggestion and use an

electronic fan mounted infront of the radiator - real easy clips

now attach it direct to the radiator and it's a piece of cake to

do.

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