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Rebuilding Engine

Old 03-25-2004, 06:06 PM
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Is there another car to get the fuel injectors off of? like an eclipse or 626 or something? also is the gasket kit from rotaryaviation.com good? I might be going with that one. And if everything is good, like apex seals, housings, etc., What do I have to replace when putting the engine together? And also what kind of paint do you use to paint the housings? Want to make it look new.
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Old 03-25-2004, 07:35 PM
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i have some n/a stock injectors if you need them.
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i was also wondering about the reputation of rotaryaviation.com
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Old 03-26-2004, 12:03 PM
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For painting the engine, do not use high temp engine paint. The stuff in like a silver can. It looked good for a while. Then I used a friendly engine degreaser and it was so good, it removed the paint too!!! WTF!! I don't really care though, it's covered by the fan anyhow.
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Originally Posted by bigbignacha' date='Mar 26 2004, 11:19 AM
i was also wondering about the reputation of rotaryaviation.com
I used there Oring kit in my 93 i had. I was happy with it. They have great customer service and prices aswell. IMO
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Originally Posted by bigbignacha' date='Mar 26 2004, 12:19 PM
i was also wondering about the reputation of rotaryaviation.com
They are good.



When doing a rebuild if all the hard parts are good, I usually replace all the springs, and apex seals. Then upgrade to fd corner seal springs, webber 200 jets, and fd oil pressure reg. I check to see if the side seals and corner seals are within spec, and ofcourse clearance everything. Cleaning up the ports is a must also. I have used the high temp engine paint for the rotors in the past with good results.
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Also how do you unsrew the oil lines off of the front of the engine? That is the only thing in my way.
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g unit.
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Old 03-26-2004, 06:41 PM
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What about this place, RotorSportsRacing.com. The rebuild kit looks pretty nice and a little pricey. I might get there oil metering lines too.
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