Question about 1992 Chevrolet S-10
Unless you have lots of time and wish to do this as a hobby or "project car" Though engine building is not terribly complicated, If you make a list of the parts you will need, as well as the special tools (good cylinder hone, ridge cutter, ring compressor and good dial indicator to name a few,) You will find that it is likely a lot faster and cheaper to just buy either a good used or commercially rebuilt engine. Don't forget, After you spend all the money for parts, one small error can cause the entire engine to fail.
If you have the time to do this, you can get good manuals from petersons publishing, Chilton, or motors. Also find a reputable machine shop to work with to do stuff you can't (like boiling block, changing cam bearings and re-surfacing cylinder heads.)
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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