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  1. I have heard conflicting information on how clean the cutover to the new bearing was. From some sources it wasn't a clean cutoff point and they worked them in over time. Mine is also around the same engine code as yours listed above with a build date 10/05. Our engines are M96 and not the M97 that started with MY2006 cars. I haven't seen anything to confirm that the new IMS was tied to M97 vs M96 motors but that would make some sense. Most places including the dealer and Jake Raby are telling me they can't be sure unless you remove the clutch. At $20k miles, seems a bit pricey to do a clutch job this early for the what if.
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