It goes from the sump to the pump.
All pumped oil goes from the block to the oil filter and back to the block.
A small amount is returned to the pump to lube the pump bearings on the scavenge side.
The rest flows up at the front of the block and through the oil cooler.
The oil exits the cooler into the main gallery which runs front to back in the floor of the valley.
From the front of the gallery it supplies the cam chain guide that does the tensioning.
Also from the front it supplies both heads.
Along the gallery it supplies each crank main bearing.
From the back of the gallery it tees off and supplies the two piston squirter galleries which run along the sides of the block.
The supply to the heads goes across the front of the heads and supplies two galleries that run front to back that supply the the bearings and lifters on each cam.
The stamped steel galleries that run across the top of each cam are also supplied to lube the cam lobes and generally splash oil around.
The galleries across the front of both heads supply the between-cam chain tensioners, and the supply to the VANOS units.
The gallery across the front of the RHS head supplies the main chain tensioner.
Yes it is the technical training manual for BMW M and covers the S62. There are 25 pages on the S62 specifically, 21 pages on the E39 M5 and 44 pages on the MS S52 engine management system.Is that the rare S62 training manual? How many pages is there in the S62-related section?