Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Compression Numbers

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Compression Numbers

    An E36 M3 I’m considering purchasing came back from a PPI with the following compressing numbers:

    Cylinder 1=190
    Cylinder 2=210
    Cylinder 3=205
    Cylinder 4=215
    Cylinder 5=210
    Cylinder 6=210

    The car has 220k miles. I wouldn’t typically look for cars with this many miles, but since it’s Daytona Violet (a color I’ve been looking for for years) I’m willing to over look miles. Car has three owners and the previous owner (who owned the car from 97’ to 18’ is a master tech at BMW and has maintained the car exceedingly well. From what I’ve researched those numbers indicate a fairly healthy engine?

    #2
    Hi,

    Is this Euro S50-B32 or US M50/S52 so called ?

    These numbers look very very good to me. Even the
    slight variation of 190 to 210 is not a concern at all.

    Daytona is very desirable color for these E36M3s by
    far my favorite color or Estoril can't go wrong with either.

    Good luck with the purchase.

    Regards,
    Anri




    Comment

    Working...
    X