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  1. 1998 E46 323i - Solid flywheel conversion 
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    Just wondering whats involved as i already have an M20 Solid flywheel thats the same 228mm Stock Diameter.I've done a bit of research and realised that it is possible by fitting a different clutch and bolts etc. but some pics would be great as it would make life easier.

    any help or advice would be appreciated.
     
     

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    you either need to machine the back of the m20 flywheel to clear the webs on the block or remove the webs
    (machine the back of the flywheel makes it lighter)

    e30 325 starter motor (early or late i can remember)

    e30 325 clutch disk and plate

    E21 320 release bearing (i think)


    fit and enjoy
     
     

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    Thanks but my car is an E46 not an E36
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by peetie43 View Post
    Thanks but my car is an E46 not an E36
    E46 - cant help you there
    - but if you do get it done make sure you do a write up!
     
     

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