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Ireland Engineering M20 crankscaper and oil pan baffle

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    Ireland Engineering M20 crankscaper and oil pan baffle

    M20 Ireland Engineering steel windage tray/crank scraper and aluminum oil pan baffle. Used for about 4k miles. More info on these available on the IE web site.


    Crank Scraper $35 shipped




    Oil pan baffle with bolts and nuts. Had to do a little grinding to get it to fit and it's slightly bent from the bolt-in install. $20 shipped


    1990 325i: slippery slope from DD/DE car to SE30/ITS
    1991 318is: raw DD
    2004 330i zhp: civilized daily driver

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    1990 325i: slippery slope from DD/DE car to SE30/ITS
    1991 318is: raw DD
    2004 330i zhp: civilized daily driver

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      #3
      any reason you stopped running them?

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        #4
        I was using the IE setup on my old m20. It's a common budget setup for SE30. That engine though had a head gasket failure at 190k blowing exhaust into coolant during a race. Replaced the engine with a low mileage one and the installer, a mechanic friend and BMW racer, suggested the Advanced Auto Fabrication (AAF) oil pan baffle used by the PRO3 folks so I went that route.
        1990 325i: slippery slope from DD/DE car to SE30/ITS
        1991 318is: raw DD
        2004 330i zhp: civilized daily driver

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          1990 325i: slippery slope from DD/DE car to SE30/ITS
          1991 318is: raw DD
          2004 330i zhp: civilized daily driver

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            Baffle sold
            1990 325i: slippery slope from DD/DE car to SE30/ITS
            1991 318is: raw DD
            2004 330i zhp: civilized daily driver

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