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Old 07-06-2013, 09:21 PM   #11
Slowered318
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I know but it was getting late in the day. It's a pretty small but stubborn one! Apparently the classic cars didn't have a bearing, just a greased up metal sleeve. Food for thought I guess.

I may decide to pull it apart this winter and have a considerable amount of weight taken off the flywheel, I'll change the pilot bearing when I put it back together again. I have to pinpoint the source of a few noises first.
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The major difference between my 318is and an e30 M3 is that the noises come from the engine and not the passengers

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