[DML] Re: Questions on DMC #3416 answered.. sort of
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[DML] Re: Questions on DMC #3416 answered.. sort of

Machine work on which part? He said it involved a lot of very careful
flycutting and that it took a LOT of time and hard work. It's not a
new block - he did this so that the car would still have the original
engine block, even if it was modified. 

Are you sure it's impossible? 

At this point I'm starting to think I should just take out the engine,
disassemble everything, and photograph every nut and bolt.. then when
that's done, go have it dyno'd again. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, wingd2@... wrote:
>     FWIW - the liners from a 3.0 Eagle engine will NOT fit into a 2.8 
> Delorean block, even with machine work. Been there, tried that and
it doesn't work. 
> The engine blocks may look the same, but they are different enough
that some 
> parts cannot be made to swap over. If it has 3.0 liners and pistons
in it then 
> it must be a 3.0 block also, and from the outside you can't tell the 
> difference.

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