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      06-07-2018, 11:21 AM   #23
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Engine is almost ready to be pulled and the "new" engine has already been inspected and largely prepped for parts to be carried over from the old one.

If anyone needs any parts from the old engine, do let me know.
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I sent you a pm about the hard plastic ccv pipe on the valve cover that goes from ccv round part around the oil cap area.
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      06-08-2018, 11:44 PM   #25
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Are you parting the engine?
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      06-09-2018, 06:40 AM   #26
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I sent you a pm about the hard plastic ccv pipe on the valve cover that goes from ccv round part around the oil cap area.
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Are you parting the engine?
The old one, yes. Anything that doesn't get transferred to the new engine is up for sale. Megs335 expressed interest in purchasing the block but hasn't responded to my email yet. Anything he doesn't need from the block I'll be selling.

Do you need anything in particular?
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Did your new engine come with turbos and a manifold or are you swapping those from the old engine?
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You need turbos and an intake YOZH?
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Did your new engine come with turbos and a manifold or are you swapping those from the old engine?
No, it didn't. I'll be swapping them from the old engine. My friend is egging me on to do the hybrid turbo upgrade though since the engine is already out haha
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Donít need the turbos, thanks. Was more thinking a manifold.
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I have one....we bought an engine for parts....none of us need the manifold...I can ask my buddy if he'd be willing to sell it. Shoot me a PM.
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Finally got the engine out. I'm quite pleased with the rate of progress so far. Small chance I might actually make my July 7th deadline.
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Donít need the turbos, thanks. Was more thinking a manifold.
Exhaust or intake manifold?
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      06-23-2018, 09:05 PM   #35
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Don’t need the turbos, thanks. Was more thinking a manifold.
FYI, I've got a spare intake manifold that came with the new engine.
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Finally got all the parts swapped over to the new engine late last week. Replaced as many seals/gaskets as I could, cleaned out all the oil and dirt build up, and attached the transmission back to the engine. Didn't make my deadline before I left for vacation so it will all sit like this for another month until I get back, but it should all be easy going form this point on.
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