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Old 04-14-2009, 09:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Turbo E36 M3

Hey guys i am pretty to knew to the bmw world, and recently picked up a 95 M3 which i plan on turbocharging in a few weeks. Any input on what direction to head with this motor please let me know. What bottom end should i use? Should i build the bottom or just head spacer? I do plan to go pretty big with this setup.
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You've got a pretty strong motor to start with...but "pretty big" means "pretty big."

If you want to go "really big..."

Arrows Beryllium rods, forged steel ball-peened crank, forged aluminum pistons, steel sleeves, layered metal headgasket, ARP studs, and port&polish would be a good start...
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You've got a pretty strong motor to start with...but "pretty big" means "pretty big."

If you want to go "really big..."

Arrows Beryllium rods, forged steel ball-peened crank, forged aluminum pistons, steel sleeves, layered metal headgasket, ARP studs, and port&polish would be a good start...
Thank you for your feed back, well apreciated. But I got lucky today and stumbled upon a 3.6 m5 motor trans and rear for a price I could not pass up. So I will be putting the 3.0 up forsale.
Once again thank you.
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ow much for the 3.0 and how many miles?
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I'm extremely jealous of that M5 motor. Please let us know what you wind up doing with it.
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I'm extremely jealous of that M5 motor. Please let us know what you wind up doing with it.
I will have some pics up pretty soon. I guess I decided to get into Bmw full time at the correct time. I also picked up an E30 m3 head and block. That under a 100k miles.

I will be putting progress pics as I go. We also have an 89 E30 that did a 1jz swap into and which we had found all these deals before. I will post pics of everything. If anyone is interested in either the E30 M motor or the 3.0 please make me an offer.I am not looking to kill anyone on pricing.
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Isnt the 1jz the supra motor? I don't recall, I know thats its toyota for sure.
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Isnt the 1jz the supra motor? I don't recall, I know thats its toyota for sure.
yes the 1jz is a supra motor. It's a jdm motor normally found in the soarer and a few other cars we don't get here in the states.
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