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Adapters to bolt the M10 intake manifold to the S14 head

Doug Riparetti

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My Brother is bringing the adapters from Idaho, he'll be here later today. I'll post photos then. The S14 is going in tomorrow, hoping every things goes smooth, I'll see y'all next Saturday at the "SoCal Vintage BMW" gathering 


I'm running (4)-44mm round-slide motorcycle carbs. Selling the ITB stuff

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Excellent Doug.  Your 02 is going to be an even better runner.  Like the bike carbs - super cool.  44 is a good number.


Round slides - nice touch :)



Have fun.  May the wind be at your back to and from the show.



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Interesting how more things than you think have been adapted to that motor - I found this on the German o2 club site some time ago.  The Heidegger valve cover is intriguing (interesting), but moreso the adaptation of an M12/7 slide assembly (kuglefischer pump off the exhaust cam and some sort of dizzy off the intake).  Probably makes the same power as an M12 without the insane cost of one.....not that it would be inexpensive to do these adaptations, still a viable option to the twin cam expense of an M12 or Schnitzer.  Looking forward to seeing more on your project.  Nice work.




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6 hours ago, Doug Riparetti said:

The adapters to bolt the M10 intake manifold to the S14 head are now available at $450 per set plus shipping


S14 Intake Adapter #2.jpg

S14 Intake Adapter #1.jpg


Wow! Nice work but that's a lot of work just to fit the stock air cleaner. :D

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Carbs: They're necessary and barely controlled fuel leaks that sometimes match the air passing through them.

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Orsome work.  Carbs on the s14 are a good option for our cars.  Fit in with the era nicely.  Love those custom valve covers also.   

1974 2002 2.2stroker, DCOE45's, 300deg cam, 5 spd, 3.91 LSD // 1984 E24 M635csi, dogleg 5spd 3.23 LSD. // 1994 E34 540i, supercharged 16psi, 6spd E85 only, 3.15 LSD // 1997 E36 M3 Evo, low comp supercharged 18psi 6spd (under construction)

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