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  1. 1996 E36 318iS - Advice on Cams Please 
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    I am think about getting some cams just for fast road use... Website link below...

    http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/det...-Ex&PID=364860 (Correct Link)

    http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/det...-Ex&PID=363239 (EXTRA Added Link)

    http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/det...-BL&PID=318115 (Another EXTRA Added Link)

    I was woundering if any of these are any good?

    ALSO

    *dumb question alert*

    How hard is it for someone to install theses who has never lifted a HG in there life?
    Last edited by MONSTER; 06-02-2011 at 17:42. Reason: EXTRA - for being DUMB


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    The link was to Dampers dude
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by E36Meerkat View Post
    The link was to Dampers dude
    F0000K sake Stupid website - it has a Webpage with'in a Webpage



    Woundered why there were no quick response


    E36 328i se - Journal
    Modifications Done
    Storm Motorwerks V2 Titanium Shifter & V1 Handbrake
    Z3M Short Shifter
    E36 M-Tech Evo Steering Wheel Tri-Stitching
    E36 M-Tech Bumpers
    E36 M3 GTII Splitters
    E36 M3 Mouldings
    E34 Style 21's Throwing Stars
    Retro Fitted Auto-Dim Mirror
    Alpine CDE-113BT
    K&N RU-2590 Custom Intake
    Angel Eyes & HIDs
    Goodridge Brakehose
     
     

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    BMW Kent Cams
    Product Code : KC-BM48-Ex
    Powerband = 2000-6500rpm.
    Valve Lift = 10.23mm
    Duration = 244 Degrees
    Timing = 12/52 52/12
    Full Lift = 110/110 Degrees


    BMW Piper Cams
    Product Code= BMWISBP270-Ex
    Power band = 1500-6000rpm ;
    Valve lift =10.16mm ;
    Duration = 264 deg ;
    Timing = 22-62/62-22 ;
    Full lift = 110 deg ;


    BMW Piper Cams
    Product Code : BMW4BP285-316-BL
    Powerband : 2500-7000rpm
    Valve lift =10.16mm
    Duration = 292 deg
    Timing = 36-76/76-36
    Full lift =110 deg


    The piper 264 would probably be the best, it has the lowest starting powerband at 1500rpms.
    The 292 could be exceptionally lumpy at idle
     
     

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