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When an Engine has been in service for a long time and things are starting to go wrong despite regular servicing, owners are often faced with the choice - buy a new engine or recondition the existing Engine.

Stage 1

The first step is to have our technicians inspect the Engine on site, and run it if possible. Sometimes, at this early stage it is possible to advise the customer if the Engine is beyond repair. However, usually the Engine can be reconditioned.

Stage 2

The Engine is transported to our Salisbury workshop, where  the component parts are dismantled and inspected for internal damage. Before further work continues, if requested the customer will receive an estimate to recondition the Engine, including the cost of replacement parts, any machining required, the repairs if required to pumps, turbos etc, and the estimated cost of labour.

Stage 3

If the owner wished to proceed with the job, the task of breaking everything down to its component parts begins. Every part is scrupulously cleaned in a manner to suit, whether chemically or with high pressure water or in the sand blaster.

Stage 4

When every part is ready, our Technicians begin to reassemble the Engine with new seals, gaskets, and belts and hoses as required, as well as any component parts that needed replacing.

Stage 5

When the Engine is completed, it is fitted to the Dynamometer test bed and run for a couple of hours. It is checked for oil and water leaks as well as general performance while running. A full report  of the Dyno results is printed out for the customer if requested.

Stage 6

When we are fully satisfied that the Engine is running at peak performance, it is removed from the Dynamometer and painted and detailed.
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