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No problems with emissions on the 3.2. Don't know (archive)

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Posted by how that rumor started. eom on September 14, 2000 at 19:43:26:

In Reply to: Re: Over rev'ed engine : ( ?? posted by dbruce on September 14, 2000 at 19:26:07:

Anyone that has driven my car has been informed of the possiblity before hand. If they ignore my worning, they are banned from driving my car in the future.

As for used engines, try

If a rebuild is required, a used engine is a better choice since the cost will be cheaper.

On upgrading to a 3.2, good power increase (from what I have read) but emission problems if you are caught are a possibility.

My friend went into the wrong gear on my '95 M3 and over rev'ed the engine. There is no compression in 4 of the 6 cylinders and they are about to tear down the engine to find what else has happened. My question is... Is there a good place to find used engines and parts for this car so I don't have to pay for a new engine. Thanks in advance!

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