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E28 M5 gasket #13-54-1-315-081 (m) (archive)

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Posted by John A on February 26, 2002 at 02:15:28:

In Reply to: what are the part numbers for the m5 gaskets? posted by Gerald Williams on February 25, 2002 at 22:57:48:

E34 M5 3.6 liter gasket #13-54-1-315-939. The E34 gasket is twice as thick. You`ll need 2, one for each of the rubber M3 gaskets. I paid $3.45 each for the E34 gaskets from Hendrick BMW.
John
88 ///M3 Cinnabar

It is strongly recommended that you put the M5 paper gasket between the rubber M3 gasket and the head. Recommended sealants are Hylomar or Aviation Form-a-Gasket, both made by Permatex. Some say not to put sealant between the paper gasket and the head. There are three choices for the paper gasket: E28 M5, 0.02" thick; E34 M5, 0.04" thick; or Dinan, 0.06" thick. The Dinan kit also includes a second 0.06" thick gasket to go between the rubber M3 gasket and the throttle bodies, plus the Aviation Form-a-Gasket and special lock washers. Use Loctite blue on the external torx nuts and bolts.
John
88 ///M3 Cinnabar

hey guys,
i am replacing my intake manifold gaskets in my car, I was wondering if their is any kind of special boding or lub that is required when putting them in. Thanks,
Gerald Williams
1990 M3






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