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    Help on deciding how to rebuild engine (152K on the motor)

    No worries, in 20 years ill head down to collect! Lol I did it all by the book, and I stand by my work 100%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan46 View Post
    No worries, in 20 years ill head down to collect! Lol I did it all by the book, and I stand by my work 100%.


    That's not the issue.. built blocks just don't last that long, no matter how precise the builder was. 90k is about the max lifespan of any built block.

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    Help on deciding how to rebuild engine (152K on the motor)

    I guess we shall see!
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    Driving style weighs in to longevity as well. 3 years ago a number of us here ventured into the realm of hybrid builds...I'm starting to wonder if I'm the last one still running the engine that they had built, then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    Driving style weighs in to longevity as well. 3 years ago a number of us here ventured into the realm of hybrid builds...I'm starting to wonder if I'm the last one still running the engine that they had built, then.

    I still have the same case halves.. and my car has never been up to par where I could consider driving it hard.

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