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Old 03-11-2014, 08:22 PM   #16
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Saw you on the HWY 401 last night, just approaching the 400. I was in the Audi A8.
Looked good rolling.
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are live at promenade mall?
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Old 03-11-2014, 08:40 PM   #17
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are live at promenade mall?
5 min walk from there.
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Old 03-11-2014, 08:42 PM   #18
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5 min walk from there.
wow same ))) what street?
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Old 03-12-2014, 12:29 PM   #19
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Old 03-12-2014, 09:58 PM   #20
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10k. Need this gone tomorrow
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Old 03-12-2014, 10:37 PM   #21
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A fluid change will be a temp fix for the grinding issue. I bet it needs the syncros replaced in the transmission so someone will be either looking for a rebuild or replacement.
It's amazing what redline mt90 can do! My touring had a sticky shifter. Buddy's 850 input shaft bearing was just howling... Both fixed! Def worth a shot....
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10k. Need this gone tomorrow
Considering this is a running/driving (rare(er) colour), 10K seems like a decent deal. I can almost guarantee windwagen's suggestion would take care of the problem.
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Ughhhh - I should flip it.... You guys are a bad influence..
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Getrag 420G transmission

The 420G is a 6-speed manual transmission manufactured by Getrag. It is designed for longitudinal engine applications and is designed for use on engines producing up to 499 Nm (368 lbft) of torque.

BMW used this transmission with M60 V8 models such as the European manual 840i, European manual 740i, 540i; as well as the M62 powered 5 series sedans, as well as S62 powered vehicles such as the Z8 and M5. This gearbox was also used in the E34 M5, E36 M3, and E46 M3s with the S38B38, S50B32, and S54B32 engines respectively.

There is your worst case scenario solution people! Buy another tranny and enjoy the car.

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If its not gonna gone by this week iam not gonna sell anymore

10k FIRM!!!!!

NO Lowballers please

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The 420G is a 6-speed manual transmission manufactured by Getrag. It is designed for longitudinal engine applications and is designed for use on engines producing up to 499 Nm (368 lbft) of torque.
That doesn't seem right. The S62 puts out 369 ft-lbs. I find it strange that BMW would put in a transmission in a car that makes TQ right at the extreme end of that transmission's tolerances.
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Incase e39 540 tranny fit to e39 m5

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e39...to-e39-m5.html
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It's amazing what redline mt90 can do! My touring had a sticky shifter. Buddy's 850 input shaft bearing was just howling... Both fixed! Def worth a shot....
The sticky shifter part I can understand it helping, but the bearing issue nope. It helped to some extend, but eventually down the road it'll need attention. If the bearing was starving for lubrication or was heating up, it's already galled the bearing.
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