jerry-02less

Schrick 292 cam setup for BMW M10 engine

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Price: $750
Location: Charlotte, NC

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I've had the setup for about a year planning on using it in an 02 project but have decided to go a different direction. Everything as stated is new and is in good condition. I prefer to sell it locally if at all possible but might could ship if absolutely necessary.

 

Schrick 292 cam setup. Cam is for the early m10 with distributors that rotate clockwise- 2002's and 320i's up to 1980 I believe.

New upgraded dual valve springs.

Titanium spring retainers

New rocker arms

New eccentrics

New adjustable cam gear

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added pics of part number and Schrick name

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Pictures are added. Not sure what you mean about the 'VW" retainers but the retainers were installed with the cam and springs in an e12 head. I'm afraid I cannot tell you anymore than that though.

If you look up the part numbers they are for a VW. Best of luck.


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1 hour ago, Dudeland said:


If you look up the part numbers they are for a VW. Best of luck.

 

These VW retainers and springs are a legit setup.  I used the same setup and it is a bullet proof combo. I would bet some of the venders we all know and love sell the same parts under their name or "no name". Easier to find common parts in other makes rather than custom wind springs and machine retainers that are M10 exclusive.. no need.

 

 It's just like running Chevy valves in a Porsche head or Honda bearings on a M10 crank (or for that matter,  just about any engine that your looking to make power with).

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When I look up the part number on Summit, it simply shows them working with any dual spring setup utilizing 7 degree locks with 1.250" outside diameter springs and valves with .630 valve stem diameter. It doesn't say anything about VW's or any other make for that matter.

 

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cro-86046-8/applications

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4 minutes ago, jerry-02less said:

When I look up the part number on Summit, it simply shows them working with any dual spring setup utilizing 7 degree locks with 1.250" outside diameter springs and valves with .630 valve stem diameter. It doesn't say anything about VW's or any other make for that matter.

 

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cro-86046-8/applications

 

You are both correct and they work great.  I think the sticking point is that Crower's part number on their website shows they were made for a VW application.

 

This is NOT a big deal and anyone who sets up heads for a living would know they will work just fine :)

 

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28 minutes ago, evil02 said:

 

You are both correct and they work great.  I think the sticking point is that Crower's part number on their website shows they were made for a VW application.

 

This is NOT a big deal and anyone who sets up heads for a living would know they will work just fine :)

 

Thanks for the clarification

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