Engine Rebuilding Process.

The process of rebuilding requires our experienced mechanics and engineers to dismantle your engine, inspect it, clean all components, rebuild the engine itself and replace any components that are beyond recommended tolerance or not to manufacturers specification.

Ancillary components like gaskets and all fluids are replaced with new products.

Rebuilding can save you a considerable amount of money when compared to buying a completely new engine, the removal and replacement of a limited life used engine, or recovering no more than the scrap value of your vehicle.

Engine Core:

In order to rebuild your engine core, we firstly remove the engine from your vehicle. We then proceed to strip down the engine to bare component level and it is then placed into a cylindrical wash at high temperature and washed using a high pressure technique, interjected with the use of non-damaging cleaning chemicals. This brings the components to a “bright” metal state as the cleaning process removes carbon deposits and debris.

Following the clean we carry out an inspection of the engine to determine what work is required to rebuild the unit and the components required to do so.

This may entail the cylinder block being re-honed and/or re-bored; pistons and/or piston rings being replaced; connecting rods being re-honed; crankshaft reground and/or polished; main and big end bearing shells may need to be replaced and the oil pump reconditioned.

Cylinder Head:

A visual inspection of a cylinder head is performed once it is stripped down. We will take measurements to check for wear, cracks and for trueness. The head will then be pressure tested and refaced as necessary. We will also check the valve guides for wear and replace these as necessary.

The valve seats are machined and new and/or refaced valves are then lapped into the head, following which we will carry out a vacuum test. We reface the valves and followers if necessary and finally, check the camshaft for wear and replaced as required. The engine is then reassembled to completeness with new gaskets and seals.

Workshop and Office hours:
Mon – Fri: 9am - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm

Exchange Engines
20 - 22 Wenlock Road . London . N1 7GU

Engine rebuilding process. The process of rebuilding requires our experienced mechanics and engineers to dismantle your engine, inspect it, clean all components, rebuild the engine itself and replace any components that are beyond recommended tolerance or not to manufacturers specification.
Engine Rebuilding Process
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Engine Rebuilding Process
.muted {display: none;} Engine Rebuilding Process. The process of rebuilding requires our experienced mechanics and engineers to dismantle your engine, inspect it, clean all components, rebuild the engine itself and replace any components that are beyond recommended tolerance or not to manufacturers specification. Ancillary components like gaskets and all fluids are replaced with new products. Rebuilding can save you a considerable amount of money when compared to buying a completely new engine, the removal and replacement of a limited life used engine, or recovering no more than the scrap value of your vehicle. Engine Core: In order to rebuild your engine core, we firstly remove the engine from your vehicle. We then proceed to strip down the engine to bare component level and it is then placed into a cylindrical wash at high temperature and washed using a high pressure technique, interjected with the use of non-damaging cleaning chemicals. This brings the components to a “bright” metal state as the cleaning process removes carbon deposits and debris. Following the clean we carry out an inspection of the engine to determine what work is required to rebuild the unit and the components required to do so. This may entail the cylinder block being re-honed and/or re-bored; pistons and/or piston rings being replaced; connecting rods being re-honed; crankshaft reground and/or polished; main and big end bearing shells may need to be replaced and the oil pump reconditioned. Cylinder Head: A visual inspection of a cylinder head is performed once it is stripped down. We will take measurements to check for wear, cracks and for trueness. The head will then be pressure tested and refaced as necessary. We will also check the valve guides for wear and replace these as necessary.The valve seats are machined and new and/or refaced valves are then lapped into the head, following which we will carry out a vacuum test. We reface the valves and followers if necessary and finally, check the camshaft for wear and replaced as required. The engine is then reassembled to completeness with new gaskets and seals. Workshop and Office hours:Mon – Fri: 9am - 6pmSaturday: 9am - 1pm Exchange Engines20 - 22 Wenlock Road . London . N1 7GU
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