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Old 08-04-2011, 01:27 PM   #21
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well since you guys have last heard ive pulled the engine. and long story short i found metal shavings in the oil pan of the new engine. so since i have a nice car to drive anyway i might as well take on the task of rebuilding it. ive bought just about everything i need, finally ordered the head stud kit today. here are some pics.

getting started on the engine pull


dont realy have many pics of engine pull, we were in a hurry.
the car lifted up and engine and trans about to be pulled out


trans and cradle pulled out



then i discoverd that the new engine was toast also, some of the peices and sludge i found



new and old engine



heres the start of the rebuild process


he was corret tho, it did not have pulled heads but might as well stud it while im in there. just lots of carbon lol




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bottem end without crank


head


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also thinking of swaping some L37 northstar cams in, their the same cams that shelby used in their version of the aurora v8. also some 4.6 exhaust manifolds and a warm airintake, trying to make alittle more power. just need a tune after all that
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so guys i got a question, whats the best way to remove old head gasket material from the the block and heads ? there alluminum.

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