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Old 12-13-2010, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default 84 mm lc wiseco pistons/k1 h beam rods/shimmed oil pump

Hello everyone I am finally selling the leftovers from my built engine that i parted out to build my other project ls1 fc..... soo anyways here is what i have from the motor...everything was in a 99 1.8l bored 2mm

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-84 MM wiseco low compression (8.6:1) pistons comes complete with perfect rings that were used on my motor still installed on pistons

-K1 H beam rods with the arp hardware and used bearings from my motor

-hot tanked and shimmed oil pump with factory gears gave me an extra 8 psi of oil pressure

PRICE: $600 OBO for all of it! holiday special

call me at 754 244 1755 or email me at [email protected]
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:14 PM   #2
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obo people i need to buy holiday gifts!
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How many miles on the oil pump and price shipped to 06280
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any body interested?
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:46 AM   #7
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The shop is going to charge me $ 240 to bore out for 2 over, which makes it hard to buy as my bore's look good now.
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$240 just to bore it is way too much. Should be closer to 100-150. Shop around
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agreed^ I sold the 2mm bored block that these were in for 150 with crankshaft ...was a damn steal if they are charging you that much to bore
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So, on a 94 block... These parts plus $165 bore job plus a new head gasket = built motor? New bearings? I've already got all new seals and a timing belt for my motor, but this would make for a cheap-*** upgrade while its all almost apart anyway. Many miles on it?
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Buy this stuff. Ive seen it in person and its all good.
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So, on a 94 block... These parts plus $165 bore job plus a new head gasket = built motor? New bearings? I've already got all new seals and a timing belt for my motor, but this would make for a cheap-*** upgrade while its all almost apart anyway. Many miles on it?
You need to balance the engine if yOu want any sort of longevity from it.
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Not necessarily, if the rods and pistons are still within spec and the crank is still good. I don't think I'm willing to spend any more money on my project right now anyway, was mostly asking hypothetically.
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the mileage on everything is under 7000 miles so its all been babied
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You need to balance the engine if yOu want any sort of longevity from it.
Not true. What is you idea of longevity? If you are buying halfway decent parts, then you shouldn't HAVE to balance it. I did with mine, but that's because I got 8lbs knocked off the crank and it was needed. I know plenty of people who never got their setup balanced and have never had a problem because of it.

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So, on a 94 block... These parts plus $165 bore job plus a new head gasket = built motor? New bearings? I've already got all new seals and a timing belt for my motor, but this would make for a cheap-*** upgrade while its all almost apart anyway. Many miles on it?
You definitely want new bearings, new water pump, and hot tank your oil pump(cheap for machine shop to do). Other than that you will be good to go with what you have.
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still for sale 450 plus shipping need this gone asap!
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would you be willing to seperate the rods from the pistons? if so how much for the rods?
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Wait $450 for all of it? That is a steal, if I had the cash I would pick it up to build my spare motor just for the hell of it. Whoever gets these is getting a great deal.
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