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    Anyone ever deal with yotashop.com?

    https://www.yotashop.com/1988-toyota...elt-ek942am-3/

    I found this rebuild kit. I have no idea what to think about it. Has anyone ever dealt with them? Any opinions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88supraNAftw View Post
    https://www.yotashop.com/1988-toyota...elt-ek942am-3/

    I found this rebuild kit. I have no idea what to think about it. Has anyone ever dealt with them? Any opinions?
    Chinese diceroll from the looks of it. Too cheap to be good - especially the bearings and the pistons.
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    ^^Correct, DNJ engine parts are a budget chinese brand. Chinese is bad enough as it is, why would you want to gamble on budget chinese?

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    you can buy japan pistons, NPR for ~160. better than china, but the jury is out on if they are really oem or not...

    rockauto will sell you sealed power bearings for another couple of hundred, you will need to have the crank ground because this is not oem select a fit stuff..

    get a real oem oil pump, not china. shim that bad boy.

    use oem toyota gaskets on front / rear main/ cam seals/ oil pump drive shaft. the felpro ones seem to always leak or blow out

    the felpro head gasket and arp studs combo is doing fine, seen 10-15 psi for years w/o issueon my setup


    the above is how i rebuilt mine 8+ years ago. if i could do it over I would have put weisco's in. whats $500 more in a project like this anyway
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    yotashop itself is fine, just got a set of oil driveshaft bearings from them for a buddies rebuild.
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