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June 2nd, 2006, 09:17 AM   #1
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motors dead, now what?

I have a 97 fe 501 and she seized on me last night. What is it going to cost to rebuild the darn thing, and is it even worth it?

I'm in the process of takin her apart so I will have more info later on.

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June 3rd, 2006, 12:47 AM   #2
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Re: motors dead, now what?

thats bad news , my recent rebuild cost close to $ 2000.00 aus .

the motor was fine before , so if yours is seized its not gunna be cheap .
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Re: motors dead, now what?

200 euros for piston at woessner

200 euros for complete con rod

35 euros for 6206 c3 crank bearings

30 for combustion gasket

what else is broken
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dont forget motor gasket kit , valves , cam chain , rockers , rings , gudgeon

if you are going to do it , then really do it .
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