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    4/94 BMW E36 M3 S54 SWAP Performed by Max Psi

    4/94 BMW [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]E36 [COLOR=red !important]M3[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] S54 SWAP Performed by Max Psi
    Well its time to let this one to someone who will have better use of it. I'm posting up for sale my 1995 #67 built E36 M3. Here is a thread with a little back ground on the car.http://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh...h-N-A-goodness

    Some of details for those who do not have the time to read the entire thread:

    Engine:

    79K miles at the time of the swap. Currently at 81,500.

    -Dr.Vano exhaust hub upgrade
    -Vano's hardware replaced
    -Timing chains replaced
    -Oil pump chain replaced
    -Tensioners
    -WPC treated rod bearings
    -ARP rod bolts
    -Schrick Cams 280/272
    -Alternator
    -Castro Motorsports [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]csl[/COLOR][/COLOR] type intake
    -Ebay headers (also have RMS headers ceramic coated)
    -[COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]E46 [COLOR=red !important]m3[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] section 1 with added resonator to cut down on the rasp
    -E46 m3 section 2 mated to a UUC corsa muffler
    -z3m s54 radiator
    -E46 m3 oil cooler
    -New Water pump
    -New thermostat

    Trans/Diff:

    -120k mile trans
    -Detents replaced
    -input shaft seal replaced
    -New shifter bushings
    -fresh fluid
    -Grip Force stage 3 clutch
    -Bimmer Diffs built 3.15lsd with 40% lock, and added clutches

    [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]Suspension[/COLOR][/COLOR]:

    -ISC Bimmerworld coilovers (with front camber extenders)
    -New front control arms
    -Reinforced rear subframe(all bushings upgraded)
    -Rtab bushings upgraded with limiters added as well
    -Adjustable lower rear control arms
    -Racing Dynamics sways front and rear

    Brakes:

    -Rebuilt stock calipers
    -stainless steel lines from turner
    -pfc z rated pads
    -bimmerworld blank rotors

    Interior:

    -2 Spaco evo plus seats
    -Mkah Motorsports [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]door[/COLOR][/COLOR] panel blanks
    -Fiberglass sunroof delete
    -New 5 point harnesses for both seats
    -Also has stock seat belts for the streets
    -A/C blows ice cold (great for driving to the track/traffic on hot summer days)

    I had this [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]car [COLOR=red !important]built[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] to be a track car/ weekend car. Its hoot to drive on the street, and even better at the track where the limits of the car can be reached.

    All [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]vins[/COLOR][/COLOR] match on the car, and every panel is original to the car. I'd rate the exterior of the car 6/10 for its age.

    Another cool thing about the car is that it has a factory adjustable steering column. [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]Car [COLOR=red !important]makes[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] about 340-350whp I'd say on a dynojet. Car was tuned by RK tunes at Max Psi. The only issue currently with the car is abs light is on, and that will be addressed shortly. At the same time I will also have a euro cluster installed for the purposes of having the oil temp gauge, and higher [COLOR=red !important][COLOR=red !important]redline[/COLOR][/COLOR] as well.

    I have pictures in my build thread which I linked, and can provide more after the holidays. I'm asking 19k for the car, and its located in Westchester NY. Thanks for looking
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    Um your HTML did not work. May want to redo your post

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    It's a sick swap GG but you need to not copy paste directly as it isn't working.

    Put the post in, highlight, and unformat it. Then it will look clean...

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    Hrrrrmi. Let me fix that link.
    http://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh...h-N-A-goodness

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    Thanks Sticky
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    Video's from a month or so ago.



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    After selling my e46 m3 last summer I picked up a very clean 4 door bare bones 330 sport package with the intention of using it as a family hauler/HPDE car.

    After chatting with a long time friend Dcvee(aka E30 M3 hoarder) he said he might be interested in selling his 3/94 95 m3 that he was prepping for a turbo track car. When I first thought about purchasing this car I was going to swap in some schrick 272/270 cams with many other odds and ends to try and get most of the very healthy s50. I then was chatting with Mike R of Max Psi, and he mentioned that he had several s54's laying around the shop. I purchased the swap harness kit via this thread. http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=275468
    Some pics of the car.

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    Some pics of caliper/brake rebuilding.

    Check out the condition of these pistons compared to a new set.
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    Testing rebuilt caliper
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    Now a fresh coat of high paint.

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    ISC coilovers from BimmerWorld.
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    As for the S54 stuff.
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    Here is 1 of the schrick 280/272 cams
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    Here she is awaiting many goodies.
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    Here is the gallery of sadness

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    - - - Updated - - -

    Now on to the s54. Schrick 280/272's are in and timed.

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    The ebay headers are a tight fit.
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    Ahhh I forgot to post what the rod bearings looked like on this lovely motor.
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    First Start up.



    Now the first few pulls on the dyno.

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    According to Mike R of Max Psi, and Jordan of RK tunes the intake and exhaust are choking power. Some more adjustments/tweaks coming next week.

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    I love this car on so many levels. If I were still living in an emission friendly state and had a garage, this would be in it. Good luck with the sale!

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    what is the asking price?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by gzim335 Click here to enlarge
    what is the asking price?
    Asking 17,500 now...

    http://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh...med-by-Max-Psi

    Seeing this thread, the car is a little less street friendly than I had thought, but still an awesome setup and a good price.

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