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  1. Hi, I previously bored out to 89.5 and used 89.47mm pistons and now need to bore out to 89.75 or 90 and am looking for pistons. e12 head. 89.75 or 90 MM Thanks, Ray Daley
  2. Hi, Do you still have the heads? I need one for my 1973 2002. Thanks, Ray Daley rdaley3@aol.com
  3. Hi, please contact me about the engine and transmission, I am looking for an engine to rebuild as mine is dead. Thanks, Ray Daley 937-344-9630 rdaley3@aol.com
  4. I just found out my 1973 2002 vin 2589061 cylinder head is beyond repair and am in need of a used or rebuilt or rebuildable e12 head. Or a whole engine as I need to bore out my cylinders again too. If you have these or any leads, please email me at rdaley3@aol.com Thanks, Ray Daley
  5. Hi, I am interested in the backing plates. shipped to 45066 Thanks, Ray
  6. A million years ago I read about porting manifolds on the metric mechanic website and other materials. I rebuilt my motor with over-sized pistons with full blueprinting and balancing and got the 32/36 Weber and Petronix. I cleaned up the inside of the intake manifold a little bit matching the peanut to the carb holes and runners to cylinder holes etc. For the exhaust I matched the ports and went a 64th bigger on the manifold. The were a lot of bumps inside the exhaust manifold from where some sensor went in and was able to grind these down and radiused a few sharp edges. I did not touch the head. I did the intake first and a year later did the exhaust. I didn't notice much difference from doing the intake manifold. I think it's something that anybody with a steel exhaust manifold should consider doing if they ever take the exhaust manifold off. I did not measure (no G analyst) but I could feel the difference.
  7. Hi, I posted this in the for sale section, but if you have an interest in the Turbo Prototype cars with M10 bits you might enjoy this pdf. BMW Turbo Prototype collection.pdf
  8. Selling nice little collection of some rare and some hard to find pieces. The BMW turbo prototype cars had M10 motors and other 2002 bits. $450 Enjoy, BMW TURBO Collection Sale.pdf
  9. Distributor and housings ($10) Spins smooth and free. Plus shipping.
  10. Carb linkage for a 2 brl carb, and firewall plate $10 plus shipping
  11. Stock rear anti-sway bar of a 1973 2002. $25 plus shipping. The BMW end link holes are really shaped nice compared to the aftermarkets :-)
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