[DML] Re: "The Sacrilege of the PRV " or "To Swap or Not to Swap (the E
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[DML] Re: "The Sacrilege of the PRV " or "To Swap or Not to Swap (the Engine)"



It is "your car" and you can do whatever you wish to it. Just remember
someday you (or your family after you are gone) may decide to sell it.
As long as you understand the consequences of the mods you perform and
the effect they may have on the value of "your car" do whatever you
want. Realize it is rare that you will increase the value enough to
recover the expense of an engine swap. IMHO the PRV is one of the more
reliable parts of the car. The big caviat is as long as it is properly
taken care of and maintained by someone knowledgable. It isn't the
most powerful engine but it is reliable. The sub-systems are what
require the most work like the fuel, electrical, and cooling systems.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Qume Fox" <qumefox@...> wrote:
>
> What it all boils down to, is it's your car. You can do whatever you
> want, both to and with it, as long as it makes you happy. IMHO if your
> worried about what people think more than what you would really like
> to do yourself, then your owning the car for entirely the wrong
> reasons. If you love the car stock, then leave it stock. Though by the
> fact your inquiring about an engine swap in the first place, my guess
> is your not. 
> 
> And don't let everyone talk you out of it if you are interested in
> doing it but saying you'll lose all support from the delorean
> community. For one thing. There is plenty to go wrong on the delorean
> OTHER THAN the engine, that can go wrong wether you do a swap or not,
> and the community in general can still help with these problems. And
> if you go with a 3.0L PRV swap, this has been done enough times with
> enough owners that you most likly wouldn't have difficulties finding
> help with this type of setup either. I myself am in the middle of such
> a swap to be honest. Now if you go for more 'exotic' swaps, then you
> might have troubles finding someone to get help from, though so far I
> think pretty much every engine type other than gas turbines, and big
> block motors have been grafted into deloreans so far, so if it's a
> popular engine, you can probably find one in someone's delorean
> somewhere on the planet.
> 
> Chris
> VIN #3209
> http://badger.brazi.net/index.pl/delorean
>




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