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Old 10-02-2010, 08:26 PM   #1
JdmEuroNorth
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E30 24valve clutch questions!

When I bought my e30 it came with a brand new clutch in the box.

Is it possible for me to use the flywheel from my M10B18 on my M50B25TU with e36 transmission?

I would rather not have a dual mass flywheel so this would solve my problem and make it so I don't have to travel 5 hours to buy and new flywheel and clutch.

IF this isn't possible. Who sells lighter single mass flywheels for these engines?

Does anyone have any suggestions or parts for sale?

Also where the **** can I find a fuel cell in Canada that isn't a complete rip off!?! lol I'm getting sick and tired of living 5 hours from a bmw dealer or a shop/person that has any idea about bmw cars.

Any help is much appreciated, thanks!
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Old 10-02-2010, 08:59 PM   #2
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Not possible, the ring gear from the m10 and the stater gear from the m50 do not match.

An m20 flywheel works with some minimal shaving on the oil pan "fins" and is single mass and can be further lightened if desired. If you choose to lighten it and remove material then you don't need to shave the pan.
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