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took the dog for a walk... crank followed suit

knockin95talon

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Sep 26, 2010
olmsted falls, Ohio
having said that. i have a 95 talon tsi fwd. i bought it for 450 bux but it already had a rod knock in the #1 rod.

i am automotive savvy and have been working with cars and motors along time but this is my first dealings with the 4g63t

keep in mind i dont have a buncha money to throw at it just wanna drive it right now.

upon taking it all apart i noticed alot of wearing on oneside of the crank and block.

basically i would like to know if it is salvageable. it looks bad to me but like i said i have never delt with this motor before so to someone else it may look ok and tell me get some new bearings and make it go.

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crank between 2&3 ^
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block 2&3^

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block end flywheel side

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back of oil pump

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no1 rod bearing.... well whats left of it.
 

Black Widow97

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Sep 2, 2010
Oxbow, North_Dakota
ROFL love the title of this thread. But yeah, I'd say its done for. There are a cople of people selling 7 bolt bare blocks on here. That would be the cheaper way to go. A 6 bolt swap would require you to throw a bunch more money at it than just replacing your 7 bolt.
 
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