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Old 07-09-2006, 07:06 AM
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Yea find some metal shaving in the pan yesterday had a knocking noise before that so i took it back to YAS where i bought it for my warrenty and they said they fixed the timing tensorner or something like that and the noise was still there and they said they have no clue what it was so i took it back cuz i didnt have anything to drive then one morn leaving work i started it up and the noise i was like 10 times worse and i took it to my buddys garage so he could find out what it was and thats when we find the shaving in the oil bearing are shot and maybe some rocker arms so to get to my question should i rebuild this motor or buy a new one
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dude dont let cory sterling touch your car.hes a maynerd when it comes to vdubs.i say you rebuild with stock parts and use all arp bolts.and if you do deside to buy another dud dont go to yas.
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well does any buddy know how hard it is to rebuild a VR im so use to V8 older v8 engine are the only ones ive ever torn apart on my own and how much is a VR6 engine usally
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It can't be that bad. i mean it is a vr!
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lol thats ok im using your garage ricky lol
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Fine with me i would love to tear a VR apart!
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I'd start with a magnetic drain plug on the oil pan before I would tear anything apart.
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i dont think that will fix the problem.
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Definitly not, but it will provide an early warning system after you get it fixed !!

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eh. Corey already F-ed that car up bad enuff.

It seen better days!
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Ricky u know the bad part of this for how bad and how fucked up this enigne is in my car it will still blow your doors off lol but yea car has seen way better days and hope to see some more better ones before the end or im gonna cam it turbo it till i kill myself in it
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BillyBob I know yours is faster but its a Vr so i would hope it would beat my 2.0 LOL. But i am kinda thinking you should get a new engine and put in there then give me the blown one so i can swap it in mine after i rebuild to be turbo vr! Now if that anit an idea i don't know waht is!
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u can buy my blown engine if i get a new one
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u can buy my blown engine if i get a new one
buy i will give u ten dollar!
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Get a new engine from the bone yard.
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