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Old 10-06-2010, 01:53 AM   #1
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I have an L67 that has a bad piston and head. I want to piece it out and sell it. I will be buying a new engine so this one is going to be in the way. Any ideas?

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Heads (both) $100 or less
Lower intake $40ish
injectors $8-10 ZZP will give you store credit for them
fuel rail $30 check wtih ZZP, I think they buy these too
sc Condition? $100-$200
rods $0..
Valve covers $20-30
Timing cover $15-20
What year.. aluminum oil pan?
Flex..$15
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Heads (both) $100 or less
Lower intake $40ish
injectors $8-10 ZZP will give you store credit for them
fuel rail $30 check wtih ZZP, I think they buy these too
sc Condition? $100-$200
rods $0..
Valve covers $20-30
Timing cover $15-20
What year.. aluminum oil pan?
Flex..$15
It is an 03 SSEI. Thanks for your help. I believe you are the guy everyone was saying I was supposed to get along with? Maybe because of my Buicks?
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Being an 03, I'd suggest you package deal the oil pan, oil filter adapter and oil pick up tube. Tell folks with a Series II motor that this is the cool kid mod to keep from getting the subframe oily with each oil change and run the larger oil filter w/o any issues. Plus it helps with belt changes and TA engine mount work, because it'* a structural pan that is flat on the bottom. It'* tough to convey how nice it is to have that pan when working on a car.

We are supposed to get along.. cool.. I'm down with that.
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Bills prices are right on the money. I've been parting out a lot of engine parts, just like Bill. The harmonic balancer is about $40 shipped, pistons perhaps $20 or so shipped. $100 is the best I got on heads, plus shipping. Injectors go fast for about $40 shipped. A lot of parts fit nicely in to a USPS flat rate box. They hate it when I come in with a $14.95 box and have a torque converter in it.
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