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I’ve collected a lot of spare parts over the years for the e30... too many spare parts. I’m now organizing my garage and hoping to sell off the extra extra parts that I have, since I only need 1 spare for most things, and some of these I don’t need a spare at all. I will add to the list as I go, lots of m20 stuff. If you need something that I don’t have listed, just ask, I probably do have it.

 

- 63 litre fuel tank

- ignition coil

- distributor 

- plug wires

- complete wiring harness for 325i

- intake manifold

- oil pan

- AFM with air box

- ECUs, -173 and -380

- sway bars

- power steering pumps

- valve cover

- cam gear

- harmonic balancer and timing belt gear

- handbrake assembly

- ABS system (pump, computer, sensors)

- all 4 doors for sedan

- starter motor

- alternator

- throttle body

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6 hours ago, Team Infiniti said:

Undermined which way we will be going with the fuel system, but curious what you need for this.

Not sure if I understand the question... It’s an OE design twist-lock unit, install in the passenger side tank hole. Connect hoses and wires and you’re good to go. Pumps at >45 psi. 

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14 minutes ago, enginerd said:

Not sure if I understand the question... It’s an OE design twist-lock unit, install in the passenger side tank hole. Connect hoses and wires and you’re good to go. Pumps at >45 psi. 

He wants a price.

 

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11 minutes ago, enginerd said:

Not sure if I understand the question... It’s an OE design twist-lock unit, install in the passenger side tank hole. Connect hoses and wires and you’re good to go. Pumps at >45 psi. 

I had not decided if we were going with external pumps/hydramat vs 2 factory pumps but was curious how much $$ you need for your new oe setup, it will help make a decision.

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3 hours ago, mindspin311 said:

Curious about the fuel tank, but I'm in Atlanta, so transport might be tough. Is the AFM known good?

The AFM was used at the dyno to confirm that the AFM we had been using was bad. The bad AFM was causing a misfire over about 5400 rpm. Swapped to the spare AFM and it pulled nicely and put down 153whp with stock chip (July 2018). We then used this AFM at Brainerd 8+7 and the engine ran great all weekend.

I sent the bad AFM out for repair and used that going forward and put the good spare back on the shelf where it has sat since then. 

Other than this, history of the AFM is unknown.

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33 minutes ago, TimS said:

How about spare block,crank, oil pump, rods and pistons. Throw in the harmonic balancer and oil pan

I don’t have block or rotating assembly. I got a lot of my spares when our engine ate itself in 2017. Trashed the pistons, head, block, and left so much debris that I didn’t trust the crank either so that got tossed. I do have a couple alternators and a starter motor and a throttle body (updating post now). 

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