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    rebuilt 7mgte

    Anyone have any recommendations on a reliable place to buy a rebuilt 7mgte complete engine in the northeast ?
    There are a few places in Northern NJ but Ive never heard of anyone buying from them.

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    If you have a good engine shop near then i say just buy a new JDM 7mgte and rebuild it yourself. More fun that way and you'll learn alot too
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    I wish I could but 2 kids , dog, wife, house , full time job , motorcycle ........ doesnt leave much time.

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    or money? lol

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    I am in the middle of rebuilding one and it takes up TONS of time. Just finished doing the valve shims/calculations last night. That was an awesome job.



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    just have someone do the head and have the block machine work done by a good shop then put it all together in a weekend, save a TON of money and time

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    Ya wow do you even have money for it? lol jk

    But it will save you money most likely. And time can take a long time or not. All depends on what your doin, if your just honing the block and replacing gaskets then really wouldnt take a ton of time. That just depends on your dedication towards the project and knowledge. Either way. Its gonna take some time.

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    If you do it right you would probably have the block and head decked, valve job, cylinders honed, crank and cams polished and everything cleaned. The place that did all of this for me took about a week or so. Not too bad.

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