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  • DiM
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    Rx7 bbk conversion upgrade. $500 firm.
    FD calipers powder coated and rebuilt with new seals.
    mazda genuine parts shim kit
    stop tech street pads
    conversion bracket with mounting hardware, SS lines and required brake line adapters.

    Interested parties text me 562.450.4393

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  • prisonerofdoom83
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    Originally posted by IRON-E View Post

    All good Sir., I'm sure there's always a cheaper way. The time spent sourcing 1 out, at an inexpensive price held my project for about 6 months. Until I pulled the trigger on the one I now offer back to others.

    Good luck,
    If it was holding up a project I would buy it from you no problem . At the moment I have zero parts for the swap . So I’m just on the lookout for a decently priced one as I know I will need it eventually. I’ve seen 2 others listed for 350$ and 400$ and another for 300$ that went quick . Your prize is not out of the question

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  • IRON-E
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    Originally posted by prisonerofdoom83 View Post
    I would be in at about 300$ Not sure if you’ll go for it . I’m very early in my search of putting together parts fit a swap .
    All good Sir., I'm sure there's always a cheaper way. The time spent sourcing 1 out, at an inexpensive price held my project for about 6 months. Until I pulled the trigger on the one I now offer back to others.

    Good luck,

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  • Motheye99
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    Originally posted by Chilezen View Post
    What happened with the M54 headers you got?
    someone on R3v told me he couldn't get the E46 M54 headers to fit. E36 M50 headers are all out of stock on EBAY. I may just cut my headers at the collectors to confirm they dont fit. Still looking for M52 manifolds or E36 headers.

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  • prisonerofdoom83
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    Originally posted by IRON-E View Post

    $380 cash
    I would be in at about 300$ Not sure if you’ll go for it . I’m very early in my search of putting together parts fit a swap .

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  • Chilezen
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    What happened with the M54 headers you got?

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  • Motheye99
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    Searching for M52 manifolds.

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  • 2mAn
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    Anyone need some axles? Helping my buddy clean out the garage and we found FIVE! Axles. 2 look like brand new aftermarket axles and the other 3 look like used OEM. Not sure on the prices yet, hit me up and we can coordinate it all. Better price if you buy more

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  • LowR3V'in
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    it better to just buy a junk e34 someone wants to get rid of.

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  • Motheye99
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    Originally posted by Chilezen View Post

    I know that, but I mean, only modify the pan: cut the drainage and sump from the mating surface with all the holes, so that you basically have a ring left. And then weld a few new bent sheets of aluminium to the ring, so that it resembles an e34 pan.
    Custom oil pans have been made before for other cars, like old Chevy's, I think it could be done for us too.

    Ah, I like that idea alot If you could come up with one i bet people would buy them. A E34 pan plus after market baffle would run you over 500$ now and its not great due to clearance.

    What would you use for the pickup? E34 or modify a M5x one.

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  • Chilezen
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    Originally posted by Motheye99 View Post

    I hav wanted to do this for a long time. I think you would need a custom sub frame. The E36 is rear sump, basically would have to weld it like a Arc Asylum S54 pan.
    I know that, but I mean, only modify the pan: cut the drainage and sump from the mating surface with all the holes, so that you basically have a ring left. And then weld a few new bent sheets of aluminium to the ring, so that it resembles an e34 pan.
    Custom oil pans have been made before for other cars, like old Chevy's, I think it could be done for us too.

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  • Motheye99
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    Originally posted by Chilezen View Post
    I want to find a way to convert e36 pans into e34 pans... why has this not been done yet?
    I hav wanted to do this for a long time. I think you would need a custom sub frame. The E36 is rear sump, basically would have to weld it like a Arc Asylum S54 pan.

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  • IRON-E
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    Originally posted by prisonerofdoom83 View Post
    Will be in search of an e34 oil pan setup if anyone has a lead on one
    $380 cash

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  • Chilezen
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    I want to find a way to convert e36 pans into e34 pans... why has this not been done yet?

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  • prisonerofdoom83
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    Will be in search of an e34 oil pan setup if anyone has a lead on one

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