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    BMW Engine Raisers

    I know a lot of you wont be interested in them and will have some negative things to say about these too. However, I was contacted by someone about a year back about created these engine raisers, they are 20mm in height and don't mess up the alignment of the running gear etc on the car but if you are low low it does give you that additional clearance or atleast lifts you up high enough to then have more room to fit a sump guard of some sort.

    anyway they sit on top of your engine mounts and you wouldn't have any clearance issues with the engine and the "hood"

    $40 collected if you meet me on my route as some know I am travelling across America as of next week, or I can post for the price of shipping when I get to America.

    for quicker response send me a private message.

    Untitled by ben walsh, on Flickr

    Untitled by ben walsh, on Flickr

    Untitled by ben walsh, on Flickr

    I drove a 325e across America and now i am shipping it home to London, England

    #2
    Got any pics of it installed?
    Originally posted by nervousmini
    Break My Wallet
    Bring My Wallet
    Bring Money With

    and the M cars are a multiplier

    regular repair Money * 3 = M3
    regular repair Money * 5 = M5
    regular repair Money * 6 = M6

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      #3
      This is the only picture I have of a set fitted.

      Untitled by ben walsh, on Flickr

      I drove a 325e across America and now i am shipping it home to London, England

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        #4
        Do you know if these would work on 24v swaps? Condor has something similar to this and they state that theirs don't work.
        Bryan - 1989 325i S50 swapped /1990 Audi Coupe Quattro

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          #5
          I like that oil cap in the back. Does it fit an m20?

          Originally posted by 2mAn
          The BMW V6 is the best

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