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    Monster S62 build ,no expense spared

    This is from the BF.C website about Peter's S62 that is being built.He spared no expense anywhere and the motor is probably the nicest built S62 yet to date all custom pieces .Now this is the first S62 Dave has ever done so it must of been fun for him to have a client such as Peter.Dave is as honest as the day is long and their work is captured by Maciej which helps a bunch in the documentation.There is not much V8 love at BF.C especially a SC V8....
    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1498401

    A few details of the engine for those who are interested...

    Crankcase
    - Custom sleeves made out of the same material that is used in Top Fuel dragsters, Centrifugally Cast Nodular Iron
    - 3x more tensile strength than the regularly used Cast Gray Iron, 20% increase in hardness, and heat treated
    - Upgraded hardware
    - Coated and treated main and rod bearings

    Connecting Rods
    - Custom design
    - 300m material for increased strength and 15-20% weight savings compared to chromoly
    - L19 Bolts
    - Copper beryllium bushings

    Pistons
    - Custom design
    - Increased deck thickness to withstand higher cylinder pressure and more heat
    - Larger accumulated volume groove for efficient blow-by reduction
    - Gas ports
    - Aerospace anodizing
    - Coated skirts
    - Upgraded piston pins
    - Total Seal stainless steel piston rings to ensure that in the event of failure, the ring damage to bore is minimal (unlike cast iron rings which destroy the bore when the break)

    Cylinder Heads & Valvetrain
    - Porting and polishing
    - Custom billet camshafts with a profile designed to client's exact powerband requirement
    - Custom stainless steel intake valves
    - Custom inconel exhaust valves (able to withstand more heat, ideal for a FI application)
    - Custom dual valve springs
    - Custom Ti retainers
    - Solid lifter conversion (40% weight savings compared to hydraulic, ability to rev higher without consequence)

    Being that it's not very common to see an engine such as this apart, I figured I'd share the pictures of the build thus far. At this point, we are just waiting on the pistons to arrive (Monday) and we can begin assembly.

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    It all began around the last week of May when the engine was shipped to us and we began to take it apart...

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    All of the components were then designed and produced and they all began to arrive within 4 weeks. First to arrive was the valvetrain. Everything came out just as we wanted and we were very pleased.

    Stainless steel intake valve, inconel exhaust valves, dual valve springs, titanium retainers, and solid lifters...

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    The VANOS units were refurbished with an o-ring upgrade kit, solenoids were tested, and gears were modified...

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    The billet camshafts arrived next. Being that the stock units weren't going to cut it and the Schrick options available to the general weren't enough, we designed a profile to meet the client's exact needs.

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    The block was next thing to arrive and it came out GREAT! The upgraded material of the sleeves will ensure that it's capable of handling a tremendous amount of power without a hiccup.

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    The connecting rods arrived shortly after the block. They are custom designed units made out of 300m material (increased strength and 15-20% weight savings compared to chromoly) with L19 hardware.

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    The cylinder heads were ported to achieve the necessary flow for the intended power levels.

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    That is an amazing build!!

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    This is what else he has done to the car...As I said no expense spared.
    The Beast
    2001 E39 M5 LeMans Blue with Black/Blue Sport Interior and Titanium Trim, ESS Supercharger, RMS In-Plenum Intercooler, RMS Plenum Plates and Custom-Bored 52mm Diameter "Shorty" Velocity Stacks, Dinan TBs and Headers, CNS Catback Exhaust, Evosport High-Flow Cats, Stoptech Trophy Sport Brakes (6-Pot Front/4-Pot Rear; 355 mm Rotors All Around), Dinan 3.45 Differential, Rogue Stage 3 280mm Clutch with Custom 850 CSI Slave Cylinder and JB Racing LTW Flywheel, Dinan Differential Subframe Reinforcement, GC Coilovers (550 7" Front/325 10" Rear), Dinan Front and Rear Swaybars, TC Designs Rear Sway Bar Brackets, Dinan Monoballs, Dinan Rear Wheels (18 x 9.5) All Around With 10mm Spacers and 90mm Wheel Studs, Michelin PS2s 275 35 18s All Around, UUC EVO3 SSK with DSSR, Voltphreaks VPR-S40P Endurance Battery (14 lbs.), Setrab 16-Row Oil Cooler, Dinan Under-Plenum Heat Exchanger Removal Kit, Vorsteiner Double-Sided CF Hood with Open Vents, CA CSL-Style CF Trunk Lid, TC Designs Roll Bar, Zionsville Super Duty Cooling System, Aquamist HFS-6 Meth Injection with Custom CF/Aluminum Trunk-Mounted Fuel Cell Designed by Howerton Engineering, XRP HS-79 Hosing, OKD Plasma Ignition Coils and Plug Boots, Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump, Smoked Hella Tailights, Clear-Corner Hella Euro Headlights, CA ACS-Style CF Front Splitters, Clarion DRZ9255 Head Unit (Custom Installed by Timmay77), Two Alpine PDX-5 Amps, HAT L1 Pro Tweets, HAT L3 Mids in Custom A-Pillars, Illusion Audio ND-8 Mid-Basses in Custom Door Panels, and Two Dynaudio MW190 Subs Running IB in Rear Deck, PLX Digital Gauge, V1/S1 Mounted in UGDO Location, Recaro Sportster CS Seats, EAS Competition Steering Wheel, Leather Eurodash, Schroth 4-Pt Street Harnesses, Dinan Foglight Delete Kit, and Various Other Bits and Pieces

    Coming Soon!
    Hankook R-S3 285 35 18s All Around, Full Leather Doorcards, Stoptech Carbon Ceramic Rotors, Quad Head Laser Interceptor, Balanced and Blueprinted S62 Built by Bavarian Solutions

    Plus Mr.X is doing his tune........

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    When I think of ESS Supercharger, I think of their exclusive agreement with Lysolm (twinscrew supercharger).
    To have a Twinscrew M5 might be just plain BADASS.
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    Click here to enlarge.. That is going to be bada$$
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by milkt Click here to enlarge
    When I think of ESS Supercharger, I think of their exclusive agreement with Lysolm (twinscrew supercharger).
    To have a Twinscrew M5 might be just plain BADASS.
    He has a V3 Vortech in the car.I think this weekend the motor is going to be installed into the car.Then in September sometime he will get a visit from the tuner.

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    Added the photos to your post.

    Maciej's photography is simply amazing.

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    An interesting point is raised in that thread regarding the blower. Seems the V3 is a bit too small for the application and will need to be overspun which it can be.

    He says a V7 is in his future but it may make sense to do the V7 now. Perhaps he simply wants the car done quickly.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    An interesting point is raised in that thread regarding the blower. Seems the V3 is a bit too small for the application and will need to be overspun which it can be.

    He says a V7 is in his future but it may make sense to do the V7 now. Perhaps he simply wants the car done quickly.
    I think you are correct that he has the V3 and the bracket there to mount it and almost a motor in the car.It will not be the first time someone was anxious to get a car running.

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    dangg cant wait to see it finished!
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    With any luck Peter will be putting the engine into the car the 1st,2nd ,3rd of September.That is if all the parts are there for the engine.They ran into a bump in the road when a part that was needed was not complete.A minor set back....

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    what part was not complete?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 05m3smg Click here to enlarge
    what part was not complete?
    There was a problem with one of the upper timing chain tensioners,I think...It seems that the part arrived at Bavarian Solutions today after being over-nighted from England by another member of the M5 forum via FED-X.it was pretty cool to see all the people on the board search their local communities for the part to help the project out..../

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Dirt11 Click here to enlarge
    it was pretty cool to see all the people on the board search their local communities for the part to help the project out
    I admit, that is very, very cool.

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    Wow, amazing pictures, and a very high quality build.


    Hope to see videos of this thing once it's done! I want to hear it, wonder what the specs on the cams are.....

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    well ok, the motor is already built. Its at Adams house getting installed by us local yocals :buttrock in Peter's amazing M5. Just a balls to the wall no expense spared example of what an amazing machine the e39 m5 is.

    More details available on the actual interal motor build here: http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1498401

    just a badasssss motor they built at BavSol for this car.

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    The motor arrived late last night/early this morning and the guys started installing throttle bodies etc.

    I arrived around 4pm

    Hey guys,
    Spent several hours this afternoon/evening over at Adam's, my 2nd home. Finally got to meet Peter as well.

    Now to some pics I snapped.

    Adam making a 'custom' blockoff for the secondary air pump

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    Old and New

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    Interior

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    Awesome Recaro's and roll cage

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    front clip removed

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    We're missing something here

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    Adam's beautiful ESS s/c M5

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    Kleeman 10 sec clk55

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    another M3 hiding

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    HPF 2.5 beast

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    workin

    Timmmmmmmmay!

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    in plenum intercooler

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    up yours too Adam

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    love these seats

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    what everyone should have in their trunks....

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    Vorsteiner hood

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    craaaazy system in this car

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    more sexy hardware

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    Dinan headers

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    the tranny comes out of hiding

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    some serious HP hiding in and around this building

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    my cowboy cadillac full of crap from a long day of demo....long story

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    Adams monster brakes

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    Tranny is on!! time to for all accessories and wiring

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    at this point I left, need sleep.

    hope they get more done tonight!!! I'll keep updating pics as I can.

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    Gdamn you take some nice pictures Matt! Yesterday was interesting. Unfortunately most bolts, nuts etc weren't labelled or categorized on the disassembly so it was a task of epic proportions just to do the easiest of installs. Definitely is taking much much longer then it would have because of this. But still an amazing build for sure!! That m5 is going to be plain retarded when finished!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    That garage...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 930chas Click here to enlarge
    Gdamn you take some nice pictures Matt! Yesterday was interesting. Unfortunately most bolts, nuts etc weren't labelled or categorized on the disassembly so it was a task of epic proportions just to do the easiest of installs. Definitely is taking much much longer then it would have because of this. But still an amazing build for sure!! That m5 is going to be plain retarded when finished!
    no doubt, cant believe Raza did that, just stupid.

    good to see you again Charlie, your M3 is still a beauty!
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    How much boost is he going to run? What is the finished displacement? What is the compression ratio? How high does he intend to rev?
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    Other people eat shit and die.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    How much boost is he going to run? What is the finished displacement? What is the compression ratio? How high does he intend to rev?
    I believe 13psi and a redline of 8,000rpms. Good to 9,000rpms the builder told him but he doesnt feel safe w that. He will already be overspinning the s/c at 8,000rpm anyway.

    dont know disp or CR, sorry.
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    some pics from yesterday taken by Adam

    Lining up the headers.....these things are monsters!

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    they are on!

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    wrestling this huge bastard into the car

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    There is basically NO clearance with these headers, steering knuckle was a big problem but it finally made it in.

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    IN!!!!

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    and some of the fantastic shots of the engine work being done at BavSol

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    Bav Sol work and photography is just top notch.

    Those heads are sexy.

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