so i have a 2.3L engine thats shot id like to keep the same liter engine in there but i can not find one near by any ideas id love to turbo it out

Asked by Nov 15, 2014 at 07:42 PM about the 1989 Ford Mustang LX

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What's the problem? Have it rebuilt & put on your upgrades. "Shot" engines need rings, bearings, seals, hone bore job, line bore (crankshaft) journals, cook & clean the block, check for cracks, & valve & valve guide job. Good or better than new because your rebuilt engine is "seasoned" & will make MORE hp & run great. Seek professionals that specialize in your type of car. Add a performance camshaft & kit, .030 to .060 oversized pistons etc.

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