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| Originally posted by 007ben@Jun 2 2004, 04:08 PM |
but your gonna need/want more hardware to go with it.
| Originally posted by El Presidente@Jun 3 2004, 12:51 AM |
i don't know what kind of job the shops do, but if you look in the yellow pages of your phone book you will find tons of places that "rebuild" the engine dirt cheap. Rebuilding is simply replacing the internal parts.
Remanufacturing, often labled as rebuilding, includes honing the cylinder walls, plaining are surfaces so they are flush, and truely making the engine new again. A rebuilt engine will have another 50k or so of life, whereas a remanufactured will live up to 200 or more if taken care of. That also explains why porting/polishing is more.
| Originally posted by jrhaile@Jun 2 2004, 11:08 PM |
well I've already got the tranny from a m3 and i was planning on getting a m3 lsd soon too. so I should be pretty much set. I already had new good racing brakes. thanks for the help fellas...
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