Im looking to get my 95 mustang engine rebuilt but I don't know any reputable builders.
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Because the 3k rebuild is for a 1995 Ford Mustang with a V8 . Not a defective HondaMesserschmitt wrote: ↑Never looked what a rebuilt involves, but wouldn't it be more/same amount of work vs replacing an engine block? Due to amazing honda quality (too bad balckcarl was banned), people who pass past 10 years, will have to pay out of picket for engine block replacement, and the quote is somewhere around 3200 USD ~ 4-5000 CAD. http://www.carcomplaints.com/Honda/Civi ... lock.shtml
http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q163 ... 322fab.jpg
Thats why I'm surprised it would cost less than 3k
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Some things are the same but different companies also use different techniques and maybe even different cam set ups etc.. better to have someone who specializes in that.
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does this place still exist? i seen lots of good reviews for themgotrice111 wrote: ↑had a co-worker with a an 05 mustang GT. He had engine rebuilt last year for about $4000, by some shop in Vaughn.
Don't remember the shop and my co-worker hasn't driven that car much since, so I can't comment on the work
the only reputable engine rebuilder I know in the GTA is Graeme at Canadian Cylinder Head.
This guy shares shops space with Tony the Tiger (Dynamotorsports), who is one of the better known tuners in Toronto.
Just note that they moved recently and are now located by Weston and Finch
Tony sends plenty of clients his way when they need rebuilds, and I've only found good reviews of the guy online.
http://www.jdmrides.ca/forum/canadian-c ... 50424.html
I know that is a link to an import forum, but the ppl in the thread say that he builds all sorts of motors.
I've never had any work done by him, but that's the place I would go if I needed a rebuilt motor, which I might need soon. He gave me a quote of about $4000 to re-build an inline 4 motor.
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