32V engine removal rebuild

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21 Jan 2013 11:52 #13272 by Livio928
I pulled my engine due to #6 rod bearing failure and disassembled right down to block. I will just be lapping the Alusil block with the paste since there is no significant scoring in the cylinder walls (thankfully).

WYAIT,
I am doing head gaskets (they were nasty when I opened it up), rod bearings (obviously), adding the porkenensioner, WP/TB, Intake refresh, knock sensors, plugs, wires, and cam towers. Oil pan gasket (considering GB's spacer and OB oil intake). TB sprockets look decent.

Anything else I am missing?:confused:

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21 Jan 2013 18:46 #13275 by xstepson
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oil pump seals

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21 Jan 2013 20:30 #13280 by 928mac
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I find that if I call Roger he has a list of what is done during this type of rebuild. He never trys to up sell me.

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21 Jan 2013 21:30 #13282 by Kiln_Red
Replied by Kiln_Red on topic 32V engine removal rebuild
What was done with the crank? Saved or scrapped? Follow the WSM instructions carefully. Make sure to use the correct sealant for the girdle and have it align bored.

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