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

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    #46
    Originally posted by drutt23 View Post
    Well with the head unloaded it wouldn't be worth anything due to it having a lot of damage (unknown why or what happened). Several areas of the head were cracked around the rocker shafts and such. Someone welded these areas and did a pretty poor job of it from my perspective. The only things that would be worth giving to you guys would be the rockers and shafts, valve springs, valves, cam, etc. I'm willing to unload the head and send you guys this stuff so you can use it. I just don't really have a use for any of it.
    If the parts are definitely good with no wear we can work something out once you have the funds.
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      #47
      i'm tennatively interested and pmed you good sir.
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        #48
        Bump for quality work. ;) :up:

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          #49
          Very nice deal. I might have to get in touch with you soon.
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            #50
            Originally posted by dandan1 View Post
            Very nice deal. I might have to get in touch with you soon.
            Sounds great, thanks for the reply.
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              #51
              Pm me the cost for doing M10, with a 292 regrind. Hopefully it is cheaper since I have 2 less cyclinders, lol.
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                #52
                Originally posted by pwagon717 View Post
                Pm me the cost for doing M10, with a 292 regrind. Hopefully it is cheaper since I have 2 less cyclinders, lol.
                I will talk with Myster-e and have him contact you if he wants to do it.

                The only issue with M10 heads is we do not have cores for those sitting here ready to build like we do for the M20.
                BimmerHeads
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                Santa Clarita, CA

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                  #53
                  Originally posted by MR 325 View Post
                  I will talk with Myster-e and have him contact you if he wants to do it.

                  The only issue with M10 heads is we do not have cores for those sitting here ready to build like we do for the M20.

                  I kinda figured that after sending the message.
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                    #54
                    One head shipped at the beginning of this week, one being finished and shipping out on Monday, and another to start after that!
                    BimmerHeads
                    Classic BMW Specialists
                    Santa Clarita, CA

                    www.BimmerHeads.com

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                      #55
                      woot woot, mines shipping Monday!

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                        #56
                        Got mine and looks great...hope to let you know some dyno results soon. Great gut to deal with and awesome work!!!

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                          #57
                          Thanks Brad. I can't wait for some dyno numbers!
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                            #58
                            I want one later down the road.

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                              #59
                              Originally posted by ak- View Post
                              I want one later down the road.
                              I'd bet you'd see some nice gains with that boosted engine. ;)
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                                #60
                                Received mine yesterday, woooooooo!

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