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    Need a rxp engine rebuild in n/s carolina

    I need an engine rebuild of my rxp? Anybody know a good person in the carolinas? Thanks
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    Work Harder, Millions on Wellfare Depend On Us! ultramaxracing05's Avatar
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    unless you dont know mechanics, look for someone to do a rebuild, but get ready to pay big $$$ for someone to do it for you,

    This site is full of essential information, on how to's.
    if you can work on your own engine, it will save you alot of $$$.

    the search engine does wonders, you can find questions that been answered already instead of waiting for someone to reply to you questions.

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    I would rather pay someone and be gone with it.

    I see full engines used going for 2 grand. What is a blown engine worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB VIP View Post
    I would rather pay someone and be gone with it.

    I see full engines used going for 2 grand. What is a blown engine worth?
    Is your motor blown up, or just tired???

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB VIP View Post
    I would rather pay someone and be gone with it.

    I see full engines used going for 2 grand. What is a blown engine worth?


    But ever wonder why they are selling them? Also you may be buying anothere tired problem matic engine.


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    thats why he is asking if anyone knows someone reputable... someone reputable wont sell a tired ready to blow motor and would check all the common weak spots before selling a engine...

    PM "developerjj" he can probable 1)fix it or 2) sell u a good motor or 3)point you in the right direction if he cant...

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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    I believe he's asking for someone to rebuild it... not buy another motor for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB VIP View Post
    I need an engine rebuild of my rxp? Anybody know a good person in the carolinas? Thanks
    Dan Keller on Lake Wylie,SC near Hwy 49 [email protected]
    It's been a few years, I think he is still there

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    i know tweeker is a good builder. he is on the forum. look him up

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    Find the tweeker..........he can take care of you.

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