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Gaskets are key to a properly running and clean engine. They obviously prevent fluid leaks but they're also critical in keeping air either in or out... Air leaks after the air flow meter, also known as vaccum leaks, can induce lean running conditions, fault codes, and poor running conditions. Other seals and gaskets are designed to keep air in. With the sensitivity of OBD systems, leaks will lead to fault codes very quickly which can be tough to diagnose and prevent you from passing state inspections.

We insist on Original BMW or OEM gaskets whenever possible.
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Rear Main Engine Seal - M54 S38 S54 M20 M30 M50 M52
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This Genuine BMW updated rear main seal fits many BMW's. It is less likely to leak under "extreme" conditions. The E30 M3 tends to leak from the rear main seal.
When doing any sort of repair or maintenance there is no replacement for genuine factory parts. Turner Motorsport carries the Genuine BMW brand with pride and has the parts you need to complete your next project with confidence.

This item fits the following BMWs:
1970-1976 2002 BMW 1600 2002 2002tii
1977-1983 E21 BMW 320i 323i
1984-1991 E30 BMW 318i 318is 318ic 325e 325es 325i 325ic 325is 325ix M3
1992-1998 E36 BMW 318i 318is 318ti 318ic 323is 323ic 325i 325is 325ic 328i 328is 328ic M3
1999-2005 E46 BMW 323i 323ci 325i 325ci 325xi 328i 328ci 330i 330ci 330xi M3
1982-1988 E28 BMW 524td 528e 533i 535i 535is M5
1989-1995 E34 BMW 525i 535i M5
1997-2003 E39 BMW 525i 528i 530i
1982-1989 E24 BMW 633csi 635csi M6
1981-1987 E23 BMW 733i 735i
2004-2006 E83 BMW X3 2.5i X3 3.0i
1997-2002 Z3 BMW Z3 1.9 Z3 2.3 Z3 2.5i Z3 2.8 Z3 3.0i M Roadster M Roadster
2003-2006 Z4 BMW Z4 2.5i Z4 3.0i
2006-2008 Z4 BMW Z4 M Roadster M Coupe
Genuine BMW Oil Filter Housing Gasket, N52 N54 - 11428637821
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Common point of failure is the N52/N54 Oil Filter Housing Gasket. When leaks occur here, oil can get on your belts, among other important components, causing engine failure. Replace yours today to avoid future troubles!

Genuine Bmw Gasket - 11428637821

Valve Cover Gasket Overhaul Kit - E9X 328i, E60 528i, E83 X3 3.0i/si, E70 X5 3.0si, E85 Z4 3.0i/3.0si
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Not only will this kit stop most E90 oil leaks, it's the perfect addition for ignition coil or spark plug replacement! Oil leaks - and the damage they can cause - seem to be the worst annoyances on these cars. The biggest source of an oil leak is from the valve cover, followed by the oil filter housing, Valvetronic seal, camshaft seals, and the eccentric shaft sensor seal. Once the oil leaks, and if ignored for an extended time, the oil will contaminate vital electrical sensors. This is especially the case with ignition coils and also the eccentric shaft sensor on the Valvetronic shaft at the top of the cylinder head. During any ignition coil and spark plug replacement take a close look inside for any oil pooling at the bottom. We have been seeing valve cover oil leaks as soon as 40,000 miles. We look for oil leaks on every E90 that comes into our shop.

We have put together this package of valve cover gaskets and other related gaskets and seals for you to fully overhaul the N52 valve cover and put a stop to those pesky oil leaks. This package has the replacement parts for N52 engines built from the 2007 model year and includes:

  • 11127582245 - N52 valve cover gasket set
  • 11127552280 - N52 eccentric shaft sensor seal
  • 11127559699 - N52 Valvetronic gasket

2007 and later N51/N52 engines do not need replacement valve cover bolts, unless the bolts are actually broken off or missing. Unlike the 2006 aluminum hardware, the later parts are steel and not 1-time use.

These are all OEM or OE parts. Replacement of these gaskets and seals is straight-forward but a long process. BMW dealers typically charge for over eight hours of labor. If you have replaced spark plugs before you should be capable of this repair. In addition, there are several other parts to replace while you're in the vicinity: camshaft sensor o-rings, oil filter housing profile gasket, VAN0S solenoids, and the eccentric shaft sensor. These other parts, except the eccentric shaft sensor (see below), are replaceable without removing the valve cover but are more easily accessed during the valve cover work.

Eccentric Shaft Sensor: This is the position sensor that relays the eccentric shaft's position back to the DME. It's located at the front of the engine and is only accessible with the valve cover off . The seal around the sensor can fail and allow oil to blow out from under the cam cover. Oil can then leak into the sensor itself and cause it to fail. Without a functioning sensor your E90 can experience poor running, hesitation, poor performance, jerky shifts, and sluggish response. It's easy to check and see if oil has accumulated inside the sensor: unbolt the engine trim cover (the outer cover with the BMW roundel), unplug the sensor, and look inside. If oil is present inside or even around the sensor itself, plan on replacing this sensor during your next ignition coil, spark plug, and/or valve cover gasket work.

This valve cover kit fits the following BMWs:
2008-2012 E82 BMW 128i
2007-2011 E90 BMW 328i 328xi 328i xDrive - Sedan
2007-2012 E91 BMW 328i 328xi 328i xDrive - Wagon
2007-2013 E92 BMW 328i 328xi 328i xDrive - Coupe
2007-2013 E93 BMW 328i - Convertible
2007-2010 E60 BMW 528i 528xi 528i xDrive
2011 F10 BMW 528i
2007-2010 E83 BMW X3 3.0i X3 3.0si
2007-2013 E70 BMW X5 3.0si
10/2006-2008 E85 BMW Z4 3.0i Z4 3.0si
2009+ Z4 BMW Z4 sDrive30i