This engine is currently in my daily driver and runs very nice (in fact recently fuel injected it) but has slowly been developing a rear main leak and quite frankly, if I have to pull the engine to change a $3 seal I'm going to go ahead and put my turbo longblock in. It's certainly not pouring but I'm having to add about 1/4 quart every 250 miles and it's getting to a point I don't like it. Obviously I'll be more than happy to do the rear main seal for you once it's out
The engine has a non jet valve head with new MITSUBISHI lifters, Felpro headgasket, dizzy cap/rotor, plugs, wires, etc. and I recently had the exhaust manifold surfaced. I was preparing it for the long haul when this rear main leak started. Probably put around $400 in it in the last 2000 miles. Last time I checked compression I had one hole in the 135 psi range and the other 3 up around 140. Great oil pressure and runs smooth and quiet. It's in my Raider and will stay there for a while unless someone wants it so you're more than welcome to come drive the car and see the engine condition on the road.
For sale will be the longblock including exhaust manifold but no oil pan, intake manifold/carb, or mechanical fuel pump. No accessories either (alternator, AC compressor, power steering pump). Located just north of Atlanta, GA. $500
For an extra $100 I will include the Starion intake manifold, throttlebody, fuel pressure regulator, injectors, etc. I'm running in case you wanted to do your own fuel injection project. Has a good clutch and flywheel too that I was planning on keeping be we can discuss if a perspective buyer wanted them too.
-------------------- 1989 Nevada Sand Raider 2.6 5-speed
Turbo FI with Megasquirt
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