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Old 02-24-2011, 12:25 PM   #1
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Blew 2nd motor in 2 months first one had 104k second had 22k, gonna fully rebuild the motor all forged with possibility to run nitrous and boost sometime soon hopefully. Can anyone give me a website or a list of stuff i need to rebuild it correctly to handle boost/nitrous
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Mmr can take care of you if it's a mod motor. And they are priced competitively
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3.9L v6 motor
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supersixmotorsports is about the only place I know of that deals with v6 stuff around~ there are others though I am sure.
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Re: blown motor again

looking to keep 3.9L bottom end forged connecting rods, pistons, mild cam, heavier spring, adjustiable roller rockers, hardened push rods, port ed upper and lower intakes as well as the head
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You've blown 2 v6 motors? Take the next step and throw a v8 in there.
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Old 02-24-2011, 04:48 PM   #7
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And try putting oil in it. And make sure the sensors all work so you can prevent another fried motor
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You've blown two motors and you want to boost and spray the next one?!?! I love the smell of burning money in the morning....
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You've blown two motors and you want to boost and spray the next one?!?! I love the smell of burning money in the morning....
Kind of what I thought...
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If I ever blow my engine for my v6 2000 mustang what website could I find a new engine?
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If I ever blow my engine for my v6 2000 mustang what website could I find a new engine?
Mmr builds motors. Great workmanship with quality components. I have heard nothing but good things about them
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Can u send me the website? Mmr?
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Can u send me the website? Mmr?
Mod motor racing is all I got for ya. They have a link in the corral. And you can ask them questions direct over there. They have dedicated threads for just that purpose. Sorry I can't be of more help
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i guess everett there was oil in there i just finished check it before i left, the oil was clean and clear haven't pulled the motor yet but i don't see any holes in the oil pan, small amount of mods cai long tubes full exhaust tune egr delete
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How much you guys think a bottom end rebuild might be at ford?
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At ford? You mean the dealership? About twice as much as anywhere else.

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Any time I call a ford dealership they are quick to tell me how much money I will save by going elsewhere. Not a very good business practice if you ask me.

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