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Old 20-05-2015, 09:16 PM   #1
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Default Nissan X-Trail engine rebuild Q?

hey guys does anyone by chance know how much a 4 cylinder 2.5 litre block will cost to bore and hone? also how much will a 4 cylinder crank cost to grind for over size bearings?

its a Nissan X-Trail i picked it up at less than half price on the second hand market thinking it would be a piece of **** to pull the head and have it reconditioned

i done a compression test dry and wet and realised it needs new rings so ive priced pistons,rings,main and rod bearings plus the gasket kit, just dont want to get taking for a ride on the re bore and hone plus crankshaft grinding

hopefully someone here has done this recently and know rough prices

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