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      10-27-2020, 12:02 PM   #111
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This thread really ought to be stickied.

Does anybody know if there is an unstamped part for the bmw motorsport waterpump with the metal impeller?
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Amazing thread and information.
I'm sure everyone here appreciates the effort and time it took to compile and share this information.

Cheers!
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This thread really ought to be stickied.

Does anybody know if there is an unstamped part for the bmw motorsport waterpump with the metal impeller?
The Rein OEM waterpump has a metal impeller but the metal is not as smoothly finished as the BMW Motorsport unit.
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Updates and corrections for Original Equipment (OE) Equivalents (Thanks Davisca455):

BMW E9X M3 A/C Belt Tensioner Pulley Only = INA 5320557100

BMW E9X M3 Alternator Belt Tensioner Pulley Only = INA 5320342100

Built before 4/29/08 BMW E9X M3 deflection pulley (aka idler pulley) = INA 5320418100
Built on or after 4/29/08 BMW E9X M3 deflection pulley (aka idler pulley) = Only available from BMW 11287841531
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      01-13-2021, 11:36 AM   #115
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Good thread, but I don't know why you haven't updated the MTF oil for the manual gearbox, I've provided the info 2-3 times already in this thread

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Has anyone found a replacement for the double studded rubber mount (aka bobbin) that holds the PAS pipe to the bracket? (which bolts to the subframe).

It's the part that nut, item no 15 screws to in the diagram below the PS pump in the op.

I've ordered a bobbin from GSF that they think is close, it's for an original Mini!
I'll find out what it's like tomorrow, hopefully! [edit] Nope, was way too big!

I ended up using a mount intended for a VW Passat 2002 engine cover, turned out to be a perfect fit, and slightly thicker so stronger!
You can get Febi ones (part no 23304).
And apparently the VW part no is 059 103 658A (which appears to be Febi anyway).
This shows the original BMW one vs the VW/Febi one (the original BMW one had sheared off through the rubber, I'd glued it with silicone, but it wouldn't have held for long).


[edit] If anyone wants an exact match and not one slightly stronger (why? lol), then this one seems to be the job VW 037 133 567F, air pump rubber mount apparently.

Also, has anyone ordered the INA tensioner pulleys lately?
I bought 2 today from GSF, the INA 5320557100 AC tensioner pulley and the alternator tensioner pulley INA 5320342100.

The alternator tensioner pulley was exactly the same size, although it did have a bolt with a large washer crimped to the bolt, it was easily screwed off. Much cheaper at about 20 , vs BMWs pulley and arm at ~150!!

The AC tensioner was however a slightly smaller diameter (~4mm), that said, the pulley I had on there wasn't genuine anyway (although it was INA) so maybe that was wrong in the 1st place? (interestingly it was exactly the same size as the alternator tensioner pulley).
My car's build is 4/2008, which annoyingly is right at the change over point between 2 different PAS/AC tensioner pulley and belt config's. The belt on my car is a PK 1067.
Anyone know which size pulley it should have?
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      07-08-2021, 01:24 AM   #117
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can anyone confirm if Bosch changed the part number for our injectors? I tried to find the 0280158164 but it is back ordered everywhere. But Bosch website said this

https://www.boschautoparts.com/en/au...n?partId=62418
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      07-10-2021, 07:29 AM   #118
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Sorry I can't help, but how about contacting Bosch?
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Has anyone found a replacement for the double studded rubber mount (aka bobbin) that holds the PAS pipe to the bracket? (which bolts to the subframe).

It's the part that nut, item no 15 screws to in the diagram below the PS pump in the op.

I've ordered a bobbin from GSF that they think is close, it's for an original Mini!
I'll find out what it's like tomorrow, hopefully! [edit] Nope, was way too big!

I ended up using a mount intended for VW engine covers, turned out to be a perfect fit, and slightly thicker so stronger!
You can get Febi ones (part no 23304).
And apparently the VW part no is 059 103 658A (which appears to be Febi anyway).
This shows the original BMW one vs the VW/Febi one (the original BMW one had sheared off through the rubber, I'd glued it with silicone, but it wouldn't have held for long).


[edit] If anyone wants an exact match and not one slightly stronger (why? lol), then this one seems to be the job VW 037 133 567F, air pump rubber mount apparently.

Also, has anyone ordered the INA tensioner pulleys lately?
I bought 2 today from GSF, the INA 5320557100 AC tensioner pulley and the alternator tensioner pulley INA 5320342100.

The alternator tensioner pulley was exactly the same size, although it did have a bolt with a large washer crimped to the bolt, it was easily screwed off. Much cheaper at about £20 , vs BMWs pulley and arm at ~£150!!

The AC tensioner was however a slightly smaller diameter (~4mm), that said, the pulley I had on there wasn't genuine anyway (although it was INA) so maybe that was wrong in the 1st place? (interestingly it was exactly the same size as the alternator tensioner pulley).
My car's build is 4/2008, which annoyingly is right at the change over point between 2 different PAS/AC tensioner pulley and belt config's. The belt on my car is a PK 1067.
Anyone know which size pulley it should have?
Pulley sizes and part numbers are here:

https://www.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...php?p=26791901
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      07-12-2021, 01:25 AM   #120
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Yea I found that thread a little while after posting that message, and posted there .
But it's good information that you posted the link for others.

Btw, IIRC (I need to double check) I think mine is the earlier version, but doesn't have the offset pulley! Lol, someone prior to me had changed the pulleys and I'd just copied their mistake, doesn't slip though!
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Is there a similar list of parts for z4m coupe or roadster (s54) ?
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      08-14-2021, 01:01 PM   #122
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Isn't that the engine from the previous M3?
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      01-10-2022, 03:51 PM   #123
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Alternative Pre-Cat Sensors.

Bosch # 0 281 004 047. Alternative OE #'s (0055199542 , 00551995420 , 55199542 , 55260358 , 55275929 , K0055199542)

Should be under 60. Length is 330mm compare to the 340mm on the OE sensor

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      01-21-2022, 12:57 AM   #124
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The Rein OEM waterpump has a metal impeller but the metal is not as smoothly finished as the BMW Motorsport unit.
+1 on the Rein unit, not sure about their quality but that's the only one with metal impeller I found so far other than the Motorsport one that cost $700+ now...
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Updates and corrections for Original Equipment (OE) Equivalents (Thanks Davisca455):

BMW E9X M3 A/C Belt Tensioner Pulley Only = INA 5320557100

BMW E9X M3 Alternator Belt Tensioner Pulley Only = INA 5320342100

Built before 4/29/08 BMW E9X M3 deflection pulley (aka idler pulley) = INA 5320418100
Built on or after 4/29/08 BMW E9X M3 deflection pulley (aka idler pulley) = Only available from BMW 11287841531


Did some searching and believe I found the INA version of the later deflection pulley (after 4/29/08) BMW 11287841531:

INA 11287535860, 5320512100, FP05121
FCP: https://www.fcpeuro.com/products/bmw...em-11287535860

I was able to cross reference this with the Duralast 231163 and Dayco 89163, which is a replacement for BMW 11287535860 pulley that others mentioned worked for them. I prefer sticking with the INA pulley and this fits the bill.

Will confirm in a few weeks hopefully:
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