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Old 08-30-2012, 08:08 AM   #1
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Engine rebuild question?

I've got an amazon green 2000 gt auto with 180000 on it. Does any one have a number on how much it will cost for a standard rebuild of the engine?
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Re: Engine rebuild question?

Nice question, probably way better off getting a low mile scrapper engine...ttt...
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I've got an amazon green 2000 gt auto with 180000 on it. Does any one have a number on how much it will cost for a standard rebuild of the engine?
Well if you did the work yourself you'd save. But actually if you have 180000 on your 4.6L and there is no knocking and the cylinders have good compression then why a rebuild. Those motors if maintained car easily make 250000 no problem. Getting a SCRAPPER engine maybe cheap but it always sucks to put in a used engine and have to take it back out because it to needs love. If your just looking for the stock factory reliably and performance the a master engine kit would suite you. It comes with pistons, rings, bearings, gaskets, etc.

Sealed Power CSMHP796-000 - Federal Mogul Premium Engine Rebuild Kits

This kit is a great price and comes with forged pistons. Comes with everything needed for a good rebuild. All you would need to do is have your block and crank inspected and corrected if necessary. I would do this before getting parts. Any questions shoot me a pm.
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