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    Default Spun Bearing - 2001 Mustang GT with Vortec @5PSI

    Nothing too crazy, it is supposedly fully built top and bottom, but has a spun bearing at least. Before I spend the money to rebuild what I have, I wanted to get some feedback on money spent in alternate ways. If I have to rebuild the short block, would it be better to just buy a built shortblock fresh or rebuild my own. Right now, it seems like the cost is about the same or cheaper to buy a built SB instead of rebuilding. Plus the time save. I have considered a swap, but I don't know enough about this thing to know which engine and what I am missing harness wise to make it work. Also seems to be a crap ton of janky sites selling motors now days and some you can outright tell are scams, but others seem legit, but I do not know. Any suggestions of companies I should or could speak with or ones to avoid at all costs? ThanksF748FEAC-DF27-4746-923F-382CE20E48D0.jpeg

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    well depending on the damage from the spun bearing and what caused the spun bearing we can help you figure this out


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    Quote Originally Posted by Livernoismotorsports View Post
    well depending on the damage from the spun bearing and what caused the spun bearing we can help you figure this out
    I appreciate that. I was looking at your short block setup, the MMR long block, and the various options available to me at the rebuild level. But I am waitng on the build sheet for the car before I move forward as that will be the driving force for the direction I go. I will PM once I figure what I have to work with. Thanks for the response.

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