You are buying an engine which has been machined more precisely than the factory engine. He even tells you he is “blueprinting” the engine. The guys who do this kind of work tend to use “best practice” in every step of the build. That costs big bucks, and the extra work allows him to charge top dollar. I know other places who do that and it is apparently a successful business model. One place I know has in the sales contract that the shop alone makes the decision as to what will be replaced and what will be reused. They also insist every stinking fastener (nuts and bolts) will be new. They have their own brands and will use nothing else. They command top dollar and have great engines.
My engines are all rebuilt here locally and may not have all the extra stuff, like balancing components to within 1/4 gram.In my opinion, I think you will get what you paid for. Maybe not the least expensive 413, but probably one of the best. It is unfortunate that there was the misunderstanding, because that’s what I think it was.
On Mar 8, 2016, at 10:21 AM, Shannon LabLoverDC@xxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm afraid I already know the answer here, but I'm going to ask the group for any opinions which might help.
Posted by: Michael Moore <mmoore8425@xxxxxxx>
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