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Old 07-13-2019, 01:18 AM   #1
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FS: S54 BMW Inline 6 Cylinder Engine - Fully Built Long Block, Holds +1000WHP

As seems to be a habit with me - bought this a while back from the US and considering to sell if I can recoup my investment...

Is sitting in transport crate/sealed.

Posted on eBay.
Asking $15k AUD
SMS me on +61 433 880 915

S54 BMW Inline 6 Cylinder Engine BMW E46 M3, E89 Z4 - Fully Built Long Block

FRESHLY BUILT LONG ENGINE
RUN APPROX 800 MILES ONLY (MOSTLY ON DYNO)
BUILT BY REDLINE SPEED WORKS IN NEW YORK USA
(WAS A SHOP / DEMO CAR WHICH WAS PARTED OUT WHEN RSW NEEDED FUNDS FOR THERE EXPANSION TO NEW FACILITY)
(CAR IS DOCUMENTED ONLINE - SEARCH REDLINE SPEED WORKS S54 OR REDLINE SPEED WORKS E46 M3)



CAR MADE OVER 1000 WHP (WAS RUNNING A SAAD TURBO KIT)


(Turbo / Headers shown are NOT included)


Engine Balanced and Blueprinted 9.5:1 CR ideal for Turbo or High Boost Supercharged Setup. (11.5:1 stock S54 CR)



TOP END (pulling 20" vacume on the valves):

Supertech Black Nitride Intake Valves with Single Keepers

Supertech Inconel Exhaust Valves with Single Groove Keepers

Supertech Titanium Retainers

Supertech Dual Valve Springs

Dr Vanos Rebuilt Vanos with Cryo Exhaust Hub

Dr Vanos Drilled Oil Pump Disk

Dr Vanos REM Polished Cam Sprockets and Modified Splined Gears

OE New Vanos Solenoid Pack

Besian Vanos Solenoid Gasket Seals

OE New Head-Gasket

OE New Valve Guide Seals

OE New Timing Chain Guides/Runners

OE New Timing Chain and Tensioner

OE New Vanos Chain

OE New Oil Pump Chain

OE New Cam Gear Bolts and Hub Bolts

VAC Bronze Valve Guides

ARP L19 Head Studs





BOTTOM END (195-200psi compression, leak down 2-3% across all 6 cylinders):

Polished Crank

Wiesco Pistons (Ceramic Coated Head) & Armor Glide Coated Skirts

Weisco Piston Wrist Pin - Hardened with .220 Wall Thickness

Pauter Connecting Rods (X Beam Single Rib)

VAC / ATI Harmonic Balancer

OE New Oil Pan Gasket

OE New Valve Cover Gasket

OE New Rear Main Seal

OE New Crank Bearings

OE New Rod Bearings

ARP Main Studs (align honed)
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Old 07-14-2019, 12:13 AM   #2
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Hi Brendan,
Would you consider taking my second child and a case of import quality beer as payment?

Child is disease and defect free

You have my number
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Old 07-25-2019, 02:17 AM   #3
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Wow thats really good value... I paid a fair bit more for a fully NA built S54 from Lang Racing Development... if I was in for a blown build and this was around i would have pounced on this in a heartbeat. GLWS
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:10 AM   #4
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Wow thats really good value... I paid a fair bit more for a fully NA built S54 from Lang Racing Development... if I was in for a blown build and this was around i would have pounced on this in a heartbeat. GLWS
Thanks! SOLD to a really deserving new owner who has BIG BIG things planned!
Happy it's staying in the Melbourne area... Watch this space...
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Thanks! SOLD to a really deserving new owner who has BIG BIG things planned!
Happy it's staying in the Melbourne area... Watch this space...
Excited to see where it ends up
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Old 09-14-2019, 07:25 AM   #6
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Excited to see where it ends up
Yep - I'll leave it for him to divulge his plans but needless to stay it's going to be focussed on running in a straight line!

So I'm now thinking an N/A Stroker S54 with a CSL Airbox would be fun! Would SOUND pretty sweet.
I've also discovered a company called DKT in Europe who make plug and play solutions for DUAL CLUTCH on the S54!

A few E46 M3 Dual Clutches out there already apparently...
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