M50 2.0 to m50 2.5 both single vanos... What is the bare minimum required?

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    Sorry about one of the no doubt most asked question ever...

    E36 1993/4

    Please could you advise,
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    Airbox, air flow meter, ECU, complete engine and use the 320 clutch, gearbox and exhaust.
     
     

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    Awesome! Are the wiring looms the same?
     
     

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    Good point, You'd need the loom too, but they'll often come still attached to the engine.

    Everything else should bolt up fine.
     
     

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    Thank you, I'm off to the for sale section now...
     
     

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