The Company., receives many questions about our products and services. We will try to answer most of the asked questions here:
1. Q What is the difference between an engine overhaul, a rebuilt and a remanufactured engine?
A. An engine overhaul is just replacing rings, rod & main bearings and a valve job. A rebuild engine is reboring the engine, regrinding the crankshaft, replacing the pistons, rings, bearings and doing a valve job. A remanufactured engine is when the engine is rebored, the crankshaft is reground, camshaft is reground or replaced, cylinder head is resurfaced and valve guides and seats machined. Assembly is with all new internal parts: pistons, rings, cam bearings, rod and main bearings, timing components, valves, valve springs, valve seats, valve locks, (keepers), push rods, lifter and rockers.
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2 Q. What makes engines different than other remanufactured engines?
A. We do more machining operations and use more new parts than most other engine remanufacturers. When we remanufacture an engine we re-use only the basic engine core components, the block, crankshaft, camshaft, connecting rods and cylinder heads. Some things that we do in our remanufacturing process that most other remanufacturers do not is; clean and chase all threaded bolt holes, diamond hone cylinders, resurface block deck, recondition each connecting rod, resurface cylinder head, test engine for oil pressure,oil flow, and compression. In addition to the above we assemble with all new parts such as; timing chain and sprockets, brass expansion plugs, connecting rod nuts, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, rocker arms, push rods and oil pump which most remanufacturers use over.
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3. Q. Why should a certified technician install my Engine in my vehicle?
A. A technician who is not certified may not have the proper training to install your engine correctly. will not pay labor, in the event of a warrrantable failure, if the technician is not certified in engine repair and engine diagnostics.
4. Q. Why should I purchase a engine instead of another product?
A. With you get the most value for your hard earned $$$.
5. Q. What are the most common causes of engine failures?
A. Overheating, lack of lubrication, oil contamination and pre-ignition / detonation.
6. Q. What should be done before replacing my old engine?
A. First, have the situation diagnosed by an ASE certified (or equivalent) technician to be sure the engine needs to be replaced and the problem is not a simple failure in the engine support system.
7. Q. What is a core?
A. A core is a term used in referring to your old engine. A core charge is made until the old engine is returned and inspected by . If the core is rebuildable the core charge is refunded to you.
8. Q. If I have a engine installed in my car and travel to a different state and experienced a problem, do I need to have the car towed back to my hometown to be worked on?
A. No. All engines have a Limited Nationwide Warranty and can be repaired in any repair facility that employs certified technicians within the continental United States.
9. Q. What should I do if I experience a problem with my Engine.
A. Call the factory Customer Service Department before proceeding with any repair work.
10. Q. What kind of oil should I use?
  A. Follow the recommendation of the original vehicle manufacturer for the correct type of oil to be used. Do not use any oil additives.


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