Engine revision overview

  • Hello all,

    Didn't know exactly where it would fit in best so I created a new thread. I find the following video quite informative and didn't want to withhold it:

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    - 996 C2 FL
    - BMW E46 330 CI Cabrio

  • Yes cool video :thumbup-alternative: but I thought steel cylinder in combination with original piston can not be done?

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  • Question of philosophy - depending on who you talk to. For some an absolute nogo, on the other hand there seem to be enough engines rebuilt with steel bushings that run well. The forum is full of these discussions...

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    996 Turbo WLS Coupé

    911 G Targa

    Geiler is' schon! (Marius 1983)

    "Irgendwann mal" ist jetzt! (Jörg)

  • Yes, I also like video.

    My first revised engine also had steel bushings,

    but it didn't last long. ;(

    Have since last year an overhauled exchange engine

    from the same forge as "cpt.miller" I mean.

    Have seen the "green" already standing there.

    I hope the engine goes now with me into the pension

    and even longer, without problems.

    Greetings Mike

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    996 C4 Cabrio, 3,4l, Tipse
    BMW i3s, MB V220

  • Thanks for the tip, interesting project, which I will now also follow via his channel.

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