not to mention it is built a HELL of a lot stronger and built to your specs...fi or na. In all honesty if you are going to spend the money for a BRAND NEW motor, there isnt a company around who would charge more for a complete motor build.MichaelDelaney on Feb/26/04 said:yeah: it's called a rebuild. you take your motor to the machine shop. they bore the cylinder sleeves out, hone the sleeves, and put in new pistons, rings, rods, bearings, and blueprint the clearances and balance the crank. It's then as good as an engine with 0 miles. You don't need to go out and buy a brand new motor unless you holed the block (eg. threw a rod).
Spoon no longer sells crate motors.
There's several companies who sell crate motors. Jun, DART, G-Sport (Mr Gasket), RS Machines, AEBS, etc.
search under the word "crate".