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FS: Rebuilt M20 885 Cylinder Heads (and more) by BimmerHeads

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    Originally posted by 330i ZHP View Post
    I have a leaking head gasket on my 89 iX -

    I am wondering what gains I would see with swapping this for the OEM head.

    Do you know if the iX has this 885 head?

    And, can one of the stroker (2.7) engines be made to work with the iX oil pan, etc?
    885 head yes. block from eta, no, block/oil pump is different. check out the iX section on e30 tech for more on that.
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      thanks

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        Thanks to all for the PM's and emails over the last few days. We've got one head being built now and are looking forward to more orders in the next couple of weeks.

        Hope everyone had a great 4th!
        BimmerHeads
        Classic BMW Specialists
        Santa Clarita, CA

        www.BimmerHeads.com

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          Another head shipping out today (Friday) and two more in the works!
          BimmerHeads
          Classic BMW Specialists
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            my head arrived at Ryan G's shop today and he said it looked great! Cant wait to slap it all together!! Thanks again Matt
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              How much would you discount for a quality core?
              I like cats.

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                Originally posted by aaron325ix View Post
                my head arrived at Ryan G's shop today and he said it looked great! Cant wait to slap it all together!! Thanks again Matt
                Thank YOU sir. Make sure you/Ryan check valve to piston clearance with the cam just to be safe.

                Originally posted by wrxkixazz View Post
                How much would you discount for a quality core?
                We will take off $100 for a 100% good core.
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                Classic BMW Specialists
                Santa Clarita, CA

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                    A big thank you to R3V and the E30 community once again this week!

                    We've got two heads shipping today and another being started on Monday for a local customer.

                    Happy Friday and have a great weekend!
                    BimmerHeads
                    Classic BMW Specialists
                    Santa Clarita, CA

                    www.BimmerHeads.com

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                      Do you have any dyno plots yet?

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                        Originally posted by JCarp90 View Post
                        Do you have any dyno plots yet?
                        Sorry, we don't have any numbers.

                        We'd love to have a customer post their own dyno results but that's solely up to them of course.
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                        Classic BMW Specialists
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                          Originally posted by MR 325 View Post
                          Sorry, we don't have any numbers.

                          We'd love to have a customer post their own dyno results but that's solely up to them of course.
                          Thats what I'm waiting on. I have a 325e and want to see what gains are made.
                          87 325e

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                            if installing this head setup on a otherwise stock iX - what cams, intake and chip would make best of the changes you make?

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                              Originally posted by 330i ZHP View Post
                              if installing this head setup on a otherwise stock iX - what cams, intake and chip would make best of the changes you make?
                              I would absolutely recommend the 274 camshaft for a stock or mostly stock engine.

                              For intake/chip you're going to get the most power by doing a MAF conversion.
                              BimmerHeads
                              Classic BMW Specialists
                              Santa Clarita, CA

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                                Would this setup work with a mild turbo setup. Still sticking w auto and awd

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