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Old 10-11-2018, 01:29 PM   #15
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Welp.. I need a new short block
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Old 10-11-2018, 02:15 PM   #16
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Partner that stinks sorry about the misfortune. Keep us posted on the new install. Hopefully somebody will use this info if and when they want to do this upgrade to pay special attention to details. I myself bought my sprintex used, got a great deal. My backround as a retired Air Force aircraft mechanic, the day It was delivered I took it apart completely and inspected it. Especially the guide vanes (scroll,rotors leading edges). They were perfect. I then had the bearings and seal replaced. It was a 300.00 insurance.
I then purchased the delicious tuning tune. So I had that purchase. Upon getting it running which was almost perfect, I then drove it the following couple of days to DBW Motorsports and had it put on the Dyno. I know it’s over kill but I wanted to make sure everything was correct. So I had 2 tune fees, but I would have had a flatbed charge of a couple of hundred dollars so it about equaled out for me.
I hope this eases your pain a little, take care Steve
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Old 10-13-2018, 03:18 PM   #17
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Dude I feel so bad for you, I recently purchased a used Edelbrock kit from a member as well and had Evasive installed it on my BRZ, mine is working fine but it's still painful to see this photo
Hope you will have the car fixed and running again soon!
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I hope you can fix it soon. Best of luck to you!
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Bummer. Did you figure out where it was leaking?
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Sorry to hear what happened. In hind sight, I wished I had rebuilt my motor prior to spinning a bearing. I could have saved some money in the rebuild process. Sucks you have to find a block half. Now you have an opportunity to upgrade the bottom end (rods, bearings, pistons, oil pump & baffling, etc) to more reliably handle the added power of forced induction.

It would be valuable for us fellow E-Force users to see the point of leakage on the charge cooler. Knowing how or why it leaked can help prevent others from the same fate.

Good luck!

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Wow, sorry to see this happen. I had a Sprintex kit a couple years ago do something similar. Luckily, it was only dripping a small amount of coolant into the engine, and we were able to catch it right away, without any extra damage. Sad you were not as lucky.

Did you pull the supercharger and see why it was leaking from the core so badly?

On a side note, I have a 2017 fully assembled long block sitting in my shop with only 800 miles on it for sale. PM if you have any interest.
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Hey all thanks a lot for the condolences I appreciate it. I sent the supercharger off to Jon Bond Performance for a complete rebuild... They should get it by the end of the week or next week, and they'll let me know what broke
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