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trueno92 06-13-2011 11:48 AM

1997 - 1999 e36 m52 engine Underdrive Pulleys
 
Been outta the 'scene' forever, but digging thru my garage turned up a few items...!

Got brand new in box/bag RUFF branded pulleys and bushings!

$100 on kijiji, but now $80 for those who saw this on Maxbimmer

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-L...to%2525201.JPG

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-H...to%2525202.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-j.../s800/UP_3.jpg

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-4.../s800/UP_5.jpg

Package includes the underdrive power steering pulley, underdrive water pump pulley.
The complete set will be a direct fit for E36 series below:

BMW 1996 328i Sedan (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1996 328ic Convertible (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1996 328is Coupe (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1997 328i Sedan (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1997 328ic Convertible (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1997 328is Coupe (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1997 Z3 2.8 Roadster 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1998 323ic Convertible (e36) 2.5L 6cyl (m52)
BMW 1998 328i Sedan (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1998 328ic Convertible (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1998 328is Coupe (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1998 Z3 2.8 Roadster 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1999 323ic Convertible (e36) 2.5L 6cyl (m52)
BMW 1999 328ic Convertible (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)
BMW 1999 328is Coupe (e36) 2.8L 6cyl 190hp (m52)

The set will NOT work for E36 M3 for it is using different power steering pulley

The set releases 10 horsepower @ 6900 RPM and 8 lb/ft of torque @ 5500 RPM (measured to the wheels!)
Made using only virgin billet aluminum, an handsome anodized finish, and the tightest tolerances, the pulleys are used on some of the fastest BMWs on the planet.
The lightweight design optimizes performance and response while under-driving components just the right amount for proper function at all RPMs.

Great for street cars, durable enough for the fastest race cars and years of abuse.
Saves weight when every bit counts
OEM crank harmonic dampener is maintained for un-failing reliability in all conditions
Pulleys are quality made from 6061 T6 Billet Aluminum
Alternator pulley is sleeved with a black oxide coated alloy insert to prevent alternator slippage for high HP, high RPM use, a VAC exclusive design


BUSHINGS:
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http://www.ruff.tw/image/BMW/FCAB-01_1.jpg

Brand new in box, $40


I think I also have an e36 intake kit kicking around if anyone is interested...

email me for faster response, needmorehk@gmail.com

blk3 06-13-2011 09:32 PM

pm sent

trueno92 06-14-2011 12:14 AM

Turns out, I also have lightened crank pulleys as well.

Same as this
http://www.ruff.com.tw/upload/produc...6211302858.jpg


$70 or can negotiate if purchased with other parts

exbmwtech 06-14-2011 01:19 PM

Hi,
Sent e-mail yesterday morning are they still for sale.

trueno92 06-14-2011 02:12 PM

ex bmw tech, I just sent you a PM, reply back in email, should be working now!

all PM's replied!

hypno_nls1 06-14-2011 03:26 PM

If available i`ll take pulleys

blk3 06-14-2011 10:08 PM

re pmed you

trueno92 06-15-2011 02:38 PM

SOLD. sorry for all the confusing mis communications.

blk3 06-18-2011 10:45 PM

im putting these back up for sale, gambled and it didnt work for me, ps pulley is different on mine, dont want to use just one or two pullies from the set and i dont plan to do a motor swap anytime soon. pulleys in mint shape, they were sealed in the bag when i got them, just opened when i tried to install. so we will say $180 obo thats for the crank, waterpump, power steering, and alt pullies for 96 and newer m52

blk3 07-04-2011 09:18 PM

bump

3x Beemer 07-04-2011 10:47 PM

same thing happened to me over the winter. glws.

Roysneon 07-05-2011 01:16 AM

So I take it none of these will work on a 2.5 M50 engine, then?

blk3 07-05-2011 03:14 AM

looks like a couple will work but i didnt want to use just part of the set. if it doesnt sell then maybe when it comes time for a new engine i will upgrade and then use the pullies then. but who knows

blk3 08-27-2011 07:36 PM

bump

archrival 08-28-2011 12:33 AM

What are the bushings? RTAB?


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