i saw what you did there!
Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: Lincoln IL
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Re: 98 S10 2.2 Motor Rebuild ????
doing the things you plan on doing in order to increase air flow is going to also increase fuel useage
in order to keep fuel mileage good you need to keep it close to factory as possible
and rebuilding a 2.2L just to keep it factory is not gonna be very cost effective but i guess should be less cost than a brand new one from GM
if it were mine i would go with a good used engine from a yard, you can find lower miles ones for less $ than youll spend on parts and machine shop labor to rebuild your blown one, in which i wouldnt trust very must with it having oil and water mixed
thats a real bad sign and a real bad starting point..
overheating, and or cracked parts and so on...
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