[V8] Engine rebuild options
ari.palomaki at pp1.inet.fi
Mon Aug 25 06:49:09 PDT 2008
thanks again - admittedly finding an S6/S6+ -engine over here is practically
impossible. I am going to see '93 model ABH in a couple of days.
Perttu is actually a good friend of mine, so I am very familiar with all his
Btw, does Audiv8.com list the engine serial numbers and their respective
manufacturing dates? I think the production date is not stamped to the
block - only the serial#.
- Ari -
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bastian Preindl" <bastian at preindl.net>
To: "Ari Palomäki" <ari.palomaki at pp1.inet.fi>
Cc: <v8 at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: [V8] Engine rebuild options
> Hi Ari,
>> thanks for the warning - you are quite right. The V8 block is useless, if
>> the wall coatings are damaged. I had in mind to scope the block, or
>> better yet, lift the heads before handing over the money.
> The problem is, afair, that the gaps are of microscopic size - you won't
> see it I fear. Think about the S6/S6+ - it is a lot of work, but probably
> worth. As you are from Finland you probably want to contact Perttu
> Hynninen who transplanted an S8 engine incl. transmission into the V8
> (perttu.hynninen at konttorityo.fi).
> Concerning the ABH: Try to get a late one (starting in 1993) to have
> better chances for not having the NiKaSil problem.
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