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    Here's a little more info on the aforementioned S62:

    BMW S62-B50 32 valve 5.0L V-8
    Bore: 3.701″ Stroke: 3.502″ Minimum crank weight: 40 lbs Maximum compression ratio: 11:1 Cylinder heads and intake cannot be ported. Intake valve: 1.377″ Exhaust valve: 1.200″ Piston, rings, pin and connecting rod: 936 gm minimum Maximum camshaft lift @ retainer with zero lash: .500″ Maximum cam duration: 260 @ .050″ lift Induction: 8 individual butterflies @ 1.965″ Must use OEM intake manifold. Air intake to be sealed to 11 x 9 9/16 hole in top of OE intake manifold. Must use approved air box. Cam profile on file cannot be changed RPM limit: 7000 Maximum fuel pressure 5 bar (72.5 psi)

    Source: http://www.grand-am.com/Portals/0/Im...%204_13_12.pdf

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    Everyone loves the S62.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Everyone loves the S62.
    Certainly gives me a chubby. The fact that it is still revered as it is today 15+ years after its release says quite a bit.

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