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parts list for rebuilding m96 engine

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questions for my fellow engine rebuilders;

heres what ive done so far.would like to get others input on other parts to replace as part of this large effort;

new parts ;

ln nickies

je pistins rings

rr rods

new oil sprayers

arp carrier bolts

new bearing shells

balance reciprocating assembly

billet tensioner paddle for crank to ims shaft

ims retrofit and ceramic bearing

new IMS oil baffle gaskets ( $75.00 what a rip off)

all new chains

tensioner paddles

hardened oil pump key

valve job, new seals and reused existing valves

new aos

resize/ increase injectors to accomodate increased displacement from 3.4 -3.6 (part number ?)


replace all lifters ?

intake to exhaust cam chain cylinoids?

Whart else am I forgettting ???

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thanks guys. not asking for a primer in engine rebuilding, just want to know what others have done to head off the "yo dummy, why didnt you replace the (fill in the blank) when you were rebuilding and had the motor out ?"

If my wife knew what I've spent on parts and machine work...she probably does ; )

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Replacing lifters is a good idea. They often get stuck and affect the performance. I know I replaced all of mine when I did some engine work a few years back and several were stuck. Porsche has a superseded part number at a higher cost but you can still get the originals at a lower cost under a BMW part number.

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