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If you have a muscle car, it would be a good age. unless you have owned it from new, you don't know how it has been looked after before you got it. When you do a tune up it can highlight problems that you haven't noticed because the state of tune was hiding the problem. Also running expensive oil through an engine with an unknown history can create problems rather than prevent them. The stroker engine is a fairly high revving motor and as such is open to abuse. And the fact it is a muscle car will mean it will have been used as such. I would suggest you buy a second motor and recondition that while running the one in your car. As long as you can live with the motor you have got. You could take your time and do the work yourself. I don't think the mechanic was trying to rip you off. He just found problems that were already there, but hidden.
Posted on Apr 29, 2013
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