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    JDM 3.0 6mge engines (direct replacement for 5mge)

    Designated the 6mge, these 190 crank horsepower engines are the direct replacement 3.0 liter version of your aging 2.8 liter 5mge engine.

    $1399, comes with the following new parts installed:

    Thermostat w/ gasket
    Water pump
    Timing belt
    Timing belt tensioner
    Front and rear crankshaft main seals
    Oil pump drive shaft seal
    Front camshaft seals
    Valve cover gaskets
    Oil filter
    NGK V-power spark plugs
    Pilot bearing

    For more info about these engines, please check here: http://rabidchimp.com/3-0-jdm-6mge-engine.html

    This engine is very hard to come by nowadays. Shipping and crating fee of $55 will be additional.

    -Aaron
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    Having recieved one of these...I can say Aaron does Quality work on them... and really checks them out pretty well.
    Bob

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    2007 Mustang GT 12.7@ 107

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    what about cam tower gaskets?
    Gera

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    I'll do the cam tower gaskets too, but thats a lot more labor.
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    alot more labor toyota wants $1100 for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Kisseberth
    alot more labor toyota wants $1100 for that

    That's because most Toy Techs now are punk ass kids,that don't know what a 20yo engine looks like,let alone how to work on them.
    84 P-type, 7mgte, too many other mods to list, 20k miles on the chassis. 83 L-type, 7mgte/A340 swap, again, to much to list. 85 P-type, basicaly stock, DD.

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    Shawn = Dirt's Uncle.......................yeah....that old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junkie
    That's because most Toy Techs now are punk ass kids,that don't know what a 20yo engine looks like,let alone how to work on them.
    i resent that remark......i'm young but i'm not a punk kid......you gotta think if you want the work done from a qualified technician you're probably going to have to pay more in labor. Labor at my dealership is 70 dollars an hour....and if your doing it right you don't just replace the cam tower gaskets. You replace them as well as front seals, the throttle body seal....timing belt, maybe waterpump if its bad....valve cover gaskets...it gets up there.

    and on top of that there are three mechanics that are still there that have been working on cars longer than i've been alive and charge the same......lol
    Gera

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    ok i might get flamed on this one but im daring so here it goes: when you say its direct replacement, does tah mean i can take my old one out then put this one in with out wiring and those kind of issues. i saw that you need to use your oilpan and pick up, but does everything else come with it. im kinda new to all this, but i would like to swap mine but dont want to go 7m yet
    I'd consider it a personal favor if you did not show up at the meet. you can just disappear.

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    Gera....I deal with Dealerships on a daily basis.....resent my remarks ALL YOU WANT.Flat out,most techs are just parts changers,no more,no less.I see the older guys standing over there young ass's every day,explaining the next step.....so until I personaly SEE different,my opinion won't change.That's the main reason I never went back to a dealership after working for Dodge in the mid 80's.

    Now,back on topic.....Turbogoo.....you need to use YOUR engine harness at least,possibly your oil pan/pump.Direct replacement in this instance = NO CUSTOM work like the 7m/7mgte.
    84 P-type, 7mgte, too many other mods to list, 20k miles on the chassis. 83 L-type, 7mgte/A340 swap, again, to much to list. 85 P-type, basicaly stock, DD.

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