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Old 15th January 2005, 21:15   #1
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Technical question concerning the 6.0 B12 engine

I was wondering if anyone knew the answer to any of the following questions:

1. Are the heads based off of a the M70 or M73? I am pretty sure the block is M73.

2. Are the cams OE/stock or Alpina specific?

3. If they are Alpina specific, what is the degree and lift?

Thanks for any help you can offer.
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Re: Technical question concerning the 6.0 B12 engine

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Re: Technical question concerning the 6.0 B12 engine

There's a couple of B12 6.0 owners here...I'm sure someone here has the info you need.

Let's hear a bit more about the project you have in mind?
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Re: Technical question concerning the 6.0 B12 engine

1: Alpina specific (Zylinderkopf - number 11 12 648)
2: Alpina specific (Nockenwelle - number 11 31 640 cyl 1-6 number 11 31 641 cyl 7-12)
3: This is a question i can't answer.
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