Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2000 13:58:34 -0500
From: "14-219" <baur323nopsamttleerols.com>
Subject: Re: How to tell if engine has been rebuilt?


Tom Reed <treednopsamux.csustan.edu> wrote in message news:Pine.SOL.4.02.10003221907360.10992-100000nopsamux.csustan.edu... > Hi all, > > I finally got around to pulling the head on my '85 900T yesterday, and > find that the lower portion of the engine shows no signs of wear. The > odometer reads 300,370. The question is can this engine really have that > many miles on it? How can I tell if someone's rebuilt the engine before I > owned the car? Tom; Not surprising at all. I took my 85 900T16 motor apart when I grenaded the gearbox and blew the headgasket. W/ 217K miles, still had the orig x-hatch in the cyl walls w/no apparent wear. This motor has not been rebuilt. Too bad the gearboxes suck, the motors are bullet-proof. Well, so I heard, I haven't shot at mine, yet :-) -Ray -- To reply via email, lift off the throttle.

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