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Old 10-24-2014, 04:54 PM   #1
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Engine swap options - 2002 325ci convertible

I blow my motor this week and was hoping that some of you with a little more knowledge than me could help. I want to replace it but don't know exactly which engine options I have that can drop right in without any additional upgrades or costs. I don't even know if I can rebuild it. I had the red oil light come on and could not shut the motor off fast enough before I did some real damage. Can I just get a new block and rebuild it? Obviously I need some major help here please help and suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Also if you know where I can find good condition motors, parts and or blocks please let me know. Thanks

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