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dnliii
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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  17:44:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For those of you who are planning to put the 3.4 litre engine into a L-Jetronic wiring setup, BMW sells part # 11 31 1 284 801. This Hex nut goes right on the end of the cam and allows you to use the L-Jet distributor.

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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  17:58:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, and it works on all Motronic to "dizy" conversions! Non-turbo... Thanks for the P/N for those who might need it!

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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  19:08:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Now that is a cool part indeed. Don you have been doing your homework!!

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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  21:55:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
does the old dizzy bolt up using the same mounting holes. was it mischa who had a picture of a welded on thingy on the end of his cam. mischa, was that to fit motronic to l-jet, or the other way round?
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Afshin-Switzerland
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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  22:19:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by dnliii

For those of you who are planning to put the 3.4 litre engine into a L-Jetronic wiring setup, BMW sells part # 11 31 1 284 801. This Hex nut goes right on the end of the cam and allows you to use the L-Jet distributor.



Wow ... Don, buddy that's a hell of a GOOD NEWS .... Many thanks again ... .

Still looking around to find a good, not too expensive Motronic engine ..... Guys beleave me they're getting REALLY RARE here in our good old europe .... .

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Edited by - Afshin-Switzerland on Jan 06 2003 22:21:15
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Posted - Jan 06 2003 :  22:43:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
thankyou scottie!
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Afshin- I am looking for the original ZF 5 speed tranny that was designed for the 745i for my conversion. Do you know the part # ??
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Never knew that such a thing had existed ?!! Where have you got your information from ? And what about the clutch setup ?
Bynow, I'm pretty happy of results of my combination (Getrag 265 with 3.6 E34 ///M5 clutch setup). But it's also true that I haven't been driving that much (like 2000 miles) .... I'll keep you updated as soon as I finally get my car back.
I can imagine that it could be the Getrag 265 which I'm using, as it really straight bolts on & was the only 5-Speed of that era ... or am I mistaking guys ?!!! I'm just afraid of its "possible" weakness atlong being the reason why BMW stopped everything right before a mass production. I'm quite sure that a 5-Speed version was indeed in mind of BMW engeneers, while developing the L-Jet 745i. Lots of "details" hint that way (like the by-pass valve & Co).

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M545i
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Posted - Jan 07 2003 :  03:51:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The picture is the stock L-jet cam, the motronic doesn't have these two "half moons". My 545 has the motronic engine with L-jet wiring and indeed I welded onto the cam the small rotor for the distributor.

Don this is great news, this would make it alot easier to add and/or remove to make the M30 L-jet or motronic.

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dnliii
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Posted - Jan 07 2003 :  07:41:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This a pic from the ETK on the hex nut.
As far as the ZF 5 speed, BMW ended up not using it- Porsche did. I guess the place to look is at the Porsche boneyard.


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