Similarities US version Audi V8 and 220V
David.Schaible at jrspharma.com
Mon Jul 6 13:50:30 PDT 2009
Most folks I know that take these motors as transplants do head work and don't mess with what aint broke. If theres evidence of bad rings you should do something.....i know of a lot of boat motor failures with rebuilds.....usually happens fairly quickly also.
JRS Pharma LP
2981 Rt. 22
Patterson, NY 12563
From: 200q20v-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:200q20v-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of Brett Dikeman
Sent: Monday, July 06, 2009 4:28 PM
To: Bastian Preindl
Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com
Subject: Re: Similarities US version Audi V8 and 220V
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 3:37 PM, Bastian Preindl<bastian at preindl.net> wrote:
> Besides that I still have
> to get my AC working and the timing belt has to be exchanged again soon
> - probably I take the chance and completely overhaul the machine, even
> though it runs perfectly.
If you mean that you're intending to rebuild the motor, don't- in
general, rebuilt car engines have a higher failure rate overall than
engines that haven't had their internals rebuilt.
If it works and performs well, I recommend leaving it alone.
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