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

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    #16
    purchased... can't wait for this bad boy

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      #17
      Hey thanks for the motor dude and how much is it if i supply the head ?
      Originally posted by InuFaye
      silver is old man color car. you need dat BRO-SECA BLUE.
      Originally posted by blunttech
      so true.. never let them know where you live..I almost ended up in jail when I was raping young women on craigslist
      Originally posted by george graves
      An S5x is like the girl you want to marry - an m30 is the girl you don't bring home to mom.

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        #18
        Ill be keeping an eye on this when i rebbuild my m20 for my vert next year!!!!
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        1987 325ic Black Vert
        1986 327i Red Track Car RIP 10/10/10
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        Transaction feedback here please!!
        http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=170548

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          #19
          Just to put in my . I am very satisfied with my head. Communication was great, the head was built and shipped perfectly withing a very reasonable timeline, and I cannot wait to put this together with my bottom end. If you are looking for a built head, this is a great alternative to DIY.
          Rich
          Yours truly,
          Rich
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          Originally posted by Rigmaster
          you kids get off my lawn.....

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            #20
            Thanks again Rich. Always a pleasure.
            BimmerHeads
            Classic BMW Specialists
            Santa Clarita, CA

            www.BimmerHeads.com

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              #21
              May have to look into one of these...

              I'd love to build a 200 rwhp m20.

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                #22
                Originally posted by formula driver View Post
                May have to look into one of these...

                I'd love to build a 200 rwhp m20.
                Long time no see, let me know.

                All emails/PMs replied to. Thanks guys.
                BimmerHeads
                Classic BMW Specialists
                Santa Clarita, CA

                www.BimmerHeads.com

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                  #23
                  Latest head was finished and shipped on Tuesday. Ready for another order guys... :)
                  BimmerHeads
                  Classic BMW Specialists
                  Santa Clarita, CA

                  www.BimmerHeads.com

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by formula driver View Post
                    May have to look into one of these...
                    I'd love to build a 200 rwhp m20.
                    And what else would it take to get an M20 to 200whp besides this head?
                    My understanding was that 200whp comes at considerable expense.

                    MR 325, Any performance numbers? Any effect on economy numbers with the 19lb injectors? What am I looking at here, improvement-wise?

                    I'm definitely interested in hearing more.
                    Originally posted by FunfGan
                    My car is so racecar it makes peoples head's hurt. Literally.
                    Originally posted by lambo
                    This is r3v, your logic is useless. We went race-prepped, factory-built, street cars for the price of a loaf of bread.

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by J308 View Post
                      And what else would it take to get an M20 to 200whp besides this head?
                      My understanding was that 200whp comes at considerable expense.

                      MR 325, Any performance numbers? Any effect on economy numbers with the 19lb injectors? What am I looking at here, improvement-wise?

                      I'm definitely interested in hearing more.
                      To get to 200whp you're going to need a built M20, top to bottom. A 2.8L stroker or bigger.

                      I really do not have any numbers to give out since the only cars that have been dyno'd with these heads have also had other engine mods. One was my boosted 2.7L and the other was Myster-e's 2.8L stroker.

                      As far as economy, you won't lose much. On my old car with one of these heads on a 2.5L I saw about .5 mpg loss on the tank's average. We recently did one of these heads on top of a Super Eta bottom end and replaced the car's original 2.5L engine. The owner reported .25mpg less in economy.

                      Matt
                      BimmerHeads
                      Classic BMW Specialists
                      Santa Clarita, CA

                      www.BimmerHeads.com

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                        #26
                        Cool

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                          #27
                          Replied to all PMs. Looking forward to getting more of these heads out there.
                          BimmerHeads
                          Classic BMW Specialists
                          Santa Clarita, CA

                          www.BimmerHeads.com

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                            #28
                            Would you sell a rebuilt head no polish?

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by JGE30 View Post
                              Would you sell a rebuilt head no polish?
                              Sure, but that takes the fun out of it! PM for info.
                              BimmerHeads
                              Classic BMW Specialists
                              Santa Clarita, CA

                              www.BimmerHeads.com

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                                #30
                                makes me want to build a m20!
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                                Who`s attention, and why do I have to pay them?

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