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Bmw 6 cylinder engine

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There is no tappet settings, they have hydraulic lifters.
if tapping its because of lack of oil changes.
the lifters are coked up and no oil fetting in.
try engine flush and new oil with hydraulic lifter additive.
if not a set of lifters.
i have got a complete head i can knick the lifters out of for £40 and the set is yours.

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