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1989 Bmw S14 Engine, 151,000 Well Maintained.

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Hey All, I am selling my S14 Engine with 151,000 miles on it. I wanted to give BMW2002FAQ community first dibs before I put it on S14 forum. Pulled it out of car and drove before purchasing a year ago. I had plans of installing in my ’73 2002 and have already done a bunch of things to prep for the install. Reason for sale, I am doing a different SWAP at this point. This will be for Local Pick up in South Orange County, CA ONLY and I will NOT part out. Asking $4,800.00 Interested parties can email me at chris dot glaspell at me.com

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Here is a list of what’s included:

Complete S14 Long Block, 151,000 miles. E36 Timing Chain/tensioners replaced at 120,000.

Nickel Plated Stock Header with New Stainless Flange

Polished Alternator, Intake Manifolds

Rebuilt Stock Injectors by RC Engineering

Shortened Aluminum water hose for 2002 Swap

Complete Engine bay Wiring harness.

Stock ECU with Turner Chip.

New Ignition Wiring

Transmission Timing Sensors

Stock Bosch Intake/Airbox


Idle Valve with plumbing



Water Pump

Dip Stick

1973 Verona 2002

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