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  • 12-20-2009, 06:59 PM

    Re: If I Remember Correctly

    Thanks. I know thats very important on these cars. Do u know the cost roughly?
  • 12-20-2009, 01:25 PM

    If I Remember Correctly

  • 12-19-2009, 10:18 PM

    Re: 1991 BMW 535i

  • 12-19-2009, 09:58 PM

    Re: Congrades on the new purchase. tell us about it

    Its a 91, balck and tan, 5 speed, 177k but the motor has 60k on it. tranny has about 50k. Has H&R lowering springs, bilstien sport struts, performance chip, and all the service has been done, valves, motor/tranny mounts, vac lines, fuel filter. The list goes on forever. And it has the 2002 740i m sport wheels as well as the oeiginal chrome wheels wich I intend to sell, not sure how much they are worth though?
  • 12-19-2009, 09:46 PM

    Congrades on the new purchase. tell us about it

    Here's a link where you can down load the E34 manual

    E34 service manual
  • 12-19-2009, 08:44 PM

    Re: 1991 BMW 535i

    I believe that they made around 210hp, and about 225 ft-lbs. 1/4 mile time should be 15.5s, perhaps a bit less.

    IIRC, valve adjustment every 15K or 30K, not sure which.
  • 12-19-2009, 12:22 PM

    1991 BMW 535i

    I just bought a 1991 535i. Its a beautiful car. Has suspension upgrades and is chipped. Its a 5 speed and drives like a brand new car. I know it has had a valve adjustment and many other small things. How often do the valves need adjusting? Anyone know the stock horse power/tourqe and 0-60/1/4 mile times? I have had porsches in the past so im used to maintence. Thanks

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