How about this, new factory longblock for $1450.00. --Ryan
That sounds good but be careful, i recently found that a lot of places use gex engines and dont say it outfront.
True, lot of places don't build their own stock engines. Unfortunately they can't compete with the prices offered by the places that absolutely should not be building engines. If you ever thought to yourself that those prices are awefully low, well you get what you pay for. The last time I rebuilt a stock engine, the parts cost was about $1200 and we only really replaced the heads, P/C set and carb. The rest was salvagable. Up to a point the lower cost is understandable because of bulk purchasing power. But there are some places selling rebuilts for way too little. Probably because the just slap them back together with new bearings and rings and call it good. --Ryan
Yeah, i almost considered a turnkey engine from cip1, cause i've had good results with anything else that i've bought from them, i do believe that it was a 1900-2000cc engine, with nice dual carbs and lots of good things for only about the early $2000's, i called for more info, and the guy even told me that he wouldn't really recommend it, and i then found that it was gex.
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