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Old 05-01-2014, 11:44 AM   #21
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And btw, the only thing keeping me from doing it right (aka new, refreshed motor) is the fact that I don't live a half hour from my Grandpa's garage any more. We're not even allowed to change our oil in my apartment parking lot. I need to step it up to a townhouse with a garage.
I could totally hook you up with keys to my old town house. Would be a good test to see if the new owners changed the locks or not when they bought the house. It has a garage that has done a few engine swaps for mt.net members.
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Old 05-02-2014, 12:31 AM   #22
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LOL, in for ninja engine swap in someone else's house. "I thought Lars still lived here"!

I would love to have a garage. Luckily my landlords aren't *****. You can live vicariously through my motor rebuild and chill apartment complex.

Go with the functional crank repair. In the meantime, scout a way or a place to (legally) perform a more permanent engine fix/swap. Then your chi will be in balance.
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