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Old 06-28-2012, 11:58 PM
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Default Flywheel M57 vs M51

Does anyone know if I can use the flywheel of a M51 engine on a M57 engine.
I am upgrading from M51 to M57 and my new engine came without flywheel.
My old engine is still in the car so I am wondering if I need to find a new one or not !


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Problem solved.
The M51 fits the M57 engine. The difference is that the M51 flywheel has timing pins on the back side. On the M57 engine theese are on the cranckshaft instead.
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