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Aftermarket Connecting Rod section updated!

A new page has been added dedicated to aftermarket, forged steel and aluminum connecting rods for the BMW M5x engine.  You can find a link to the page via the top bar or you can follow this link.  Thanks for looking!

135mm Connecting Rod section updated!

The connecting rod section has been updated – details regarding the M52 connecting rods, as well as 135mm length rods in general, has been posted.  You can access the page via the top bar or via  this link.

M50NV 402 DME outlined

A new page has been added dedicated to the ECU found paired to the M50NV, the 402 DME.  You can find a link to the page via the top bar or you can follow this link here.  Thanks for looking!

M50NV Camshaft details added

Hey guys – I recently added the section for M50NV camshafts.  You can find it along the top bar or you can follow this link.

Added M5x Overview

Guys please check out the overview page that was added.  It is accessible at the top bar or you can follow this link.  It is imperative that you read the overview page before beginning to pick engines so that you understand what the various pro’s and con’s are for each variation of M5x engine.

Welcome to the M5x Definitive Resource

Thank you for visiting.  The purpose of this website is to document and clarify what all of the options for building various versions of M50-based engines.  Whether you’re looking to assemble a 3.0 Liter M50NV or a 2.9L S52 de-bored engine, this is your place.  We will cover all of the various components in full detail so that there are no questions or assumptions being made.  Thanks for checking us out and if you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to make them!