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E31 850 CSi and E24 M635 CSi M635 CSi (E24) 1983-89 and 850 CSi (E31) 1992-96. The Ultimate Grand Turismo by BMW M.

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post #51 of 86 Old 28th January 2013, 10:04 AM
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Hi Ruben,

you car is terrific !
looks new !


cheers from south France under sun !!

E24 M635CSI 1985
E34 ///M5 touring evo 1995
E46 ///M3 convertible 2005


from M88 to S54: only ///M straight six !
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Hello Sir

Thank you,I like the colour combi of youre car.I have a 635 csi standing back for restoring,it will be black schwarz(shadowline)and will have yellow lights.(I planning to make a sleeper turbo e24)with s38 engine,gt40 turbo,tremec gearbox,tilton 3way clutch,2.93 210mm diff with limited slip from the e23 745i.but first build the e31.because I want to build up the power.when I build the turbo first,after that car avery car will be slower.the plan is to put 600 bhp on the wheels.I start soon the build pics of the conversion of the e31 from rhd to lhd with the s62,and of the e24 turbo.this is the plan for this year and next year.when you ever are in belgium.youre are welcome.best regards from belgium

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Hello Anri

I am still 9 post short to answer youre pm.

please email me ([email protected])

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my name is ruben block
I live in belgium.

I have a bmw e24 m6(35csi) 1985
bronzit beige and nutria

complete revision(almost 4 years work)
ellipisoid lights model 88-89
full mtechnic(home made fiber glass dtm lip)
special suspension(thermic lowerd mtechnic on the front)(stiffer on the rear mtechnic)
every part under the car is powder coated
stronger mounting steering pump(the little bracket of the steering pump is to weak)
18 inch bbs rs(rearside of the chasis is worked to get this type of wheel)(verdichted with golden bolts)
3.6l crankshaft placed of bmw e34 m5(chiptuned)
3.91 limited slip diff from a bmw e24 m6 (us version)(the best thing you can do on a euro m6)euro versions have a 3.73)
(I follow a friend a me very good with his z3m roadster)
special exhaust after the mid center muffler from 2 lines in 1line with 3inch and then one stainless muffler with double center exhaust tips.
its very nice(I will post fast a exhaust sound clip)

special clutch(3.6 e34 m5 pressure unit,and special made disc(with metal plate and stronger friction material)oem is to weak
stainless brake lines
dot 4 high temp brake oil(blue ate)very nice upgrade,old bmw brakes can go very hot
strutbrace
music installation(doorpanels,centerconsole,sunshelf)

when somebody needs help,I have taken this car completely apart.
from the diff to the mirrows.I will try to help you(just mail me [email protected])
I have moulds from the complete mtechnic bodykit,I can make special things on request.
I have made those for when I ever have a accident(hope not),I can bring the car back.
there are a lot of parts not more to order from bmw.

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Very nice restoration. Where did you get that MTechnic rear valence with the two cut outs? Did you make it yourself?

When you put in the crank from the E34 M5, did you convert all the camshaft sprockets and cam chain tensioners to the dual row versions?
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Hello

thank you,I have made him myself.
my other hobby is fiberglass.I have made moulds of the complete body kit.
the more I looked to the off set exhaust,the more I didn't liked it.
and after the z3m and the e46 m3,all m models came with a dual exhaust.
So it was done,I made a exact mirrow view exhaust on the other site.I like this more.
I made a front spoiler dtm lip to for the car.a little one,just for the look

I have changed the engine volume(from 3.5 tot 3.6)
the rest I have not changed.the engine is good driving,the single chain is not bad.you only have to change him after some distance.

greatings from belgium

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Hello Sir

Thank you,I like the colour combi of youre car.I have a 635 csi standing back for restoring,it will be black schwarz(shadowline)and will have yellow lights.(I planning to make a sleeper turbo e24)with s38 engine,gt40 turbo,

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Dinan Engineering built a turbo M635 with the S38 motor back in the mid eighties. You might check out what they did, because many of these did not survive. Too much power for the head gaskets to handle. It is featured in an Autoweek article, Jan 18, 1988 by George Levy.

See the attached. I know a number of these have made it to Fahey's shop with blow head gaskets. Very pricey to fix as everything was custom made by Dinan.
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I have changed the engine volume(from 3.5 tot 3.6)
the rest I have not changed.the engine is good driving,the single chain is not bad.you only have to change him after some distance.

greatings from belgium

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The reason I asked was I thought the cam chain sprocket on the E34 M5 crank was dual row, and the original S38 Euro 1985 had single row cam chain sprockets. To use the E34 crank, you need to convert to the later US version (1988+) dual row cam chains, sprockets, and tensioners.
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thank you for the info

maybey they have put to much boost on the engine or bad quality head gaskets.
I think with the new type geskets,and when not going higher then 1 bar the engine will last longer.
I will post pics soon of the build.

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yes you are correct,that one haves dual row
my engine tuner have done this,I must ask him.I have give hime the crank.
when I did this my tuner told me to look for a 3.6 crank.
that give very cheap more power to a non kat version.
maybey he have cut of one row.the 2 things I not do myself is engine tuning and restoring and painting and welding.do not want to invest in all those special parts and tools and materials.I live that on the specialists.
the rest I try to do myself.

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