BMW M3 rebuild time lapse video

Looking to add a little bit of performance to your BMW M3? A simple engine swap into you're already beefed up BMW is the only way to go. There isn't much room to work on these cars, so if you plant on doing big mods the engine must be pulled. While you've got the engine out, you're going to want to cover as much ground as possible. Install what parts you think your going to need for your overall power goals. Discuss this article with

If you're shooting for 500 to 700 horsepower, on most BMW engines the stock internals such as pistons, crank, and cam will be fine. For major power rebuilds prospecting 700+ horsepower, I suggest replacing those internals with lighter weight performance variants. Don't forget the transmission too! Failure to upgrade this key component can leave you stranded on the side of the road. Finally, brakes and suspension are also key ingredients in a successful build. Many people want to just modify the engine and forget the rest. Wrong! This is just asking for failure.

The following BMW M3 time lapse build is a pretty decent video documentary of the processes required to pull, rebuild, and reinstall a BMW engine. It's not easy, but if you have the right tools and techniques it's not really that hard either. There's only so many ways an engine can be assembled, right? If you caught my joke, you'll catch my drift; without the right tools avoid BMW, Mercedes, Audi, and Volkswagen vehicles. These are not ideal for modification and require in depth techniques and tooling to accomplish even the most simple tasks. These motors are literally wedged into place and require motor pulls for nearly every form of modification. Pay close attention to the following video if you intend on modifying your BMW, you might be getting in slightly over your head!

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Source: Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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