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Old 05-02-2013, 04:36 PM   #11
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I think 200k is the most elder SPI I've heard of. Does it have a beard? Does it give sage advice to the younger SPI's?
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:13 PM   #12
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Lmao no but it runs unlike my 60,000 mile Zetec lol


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My brothers SPI must be a miracle... Over 200,000 miles and all original....

Only work done to it was regular maintance

Paint still looks good lol
What year is it?
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:05 AM   #14
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My 2000 SE just dropped #2 intake guide at 165k and was running nicely until I started it one day. Broke the piston, put the wrist pin through the side of the cylinder wall. Called around, found a nice block $250, new head $350, misc rebuild parts 300. Easy to remove and rebuild. Hope to get another 100k out of it, if the auto tranny holds out.
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My 2000 SE just dropped #2 intake guide at 165k and was running nicely until I started it one day. Broke the piston, put the wrist pin through the side of the cylinder wall. Called around, found a nice block $250, new head $350, misc rebuild parts 300. Easy to remove and rebuild. Hope to get another 100k out of it, if the auto tranny holds out.
Exactly like mine, just about the same milage too. Except mine was in #4
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I picked up a nice '03 with a Duratec 2.3 in it for $1,700. Had to fix some previous owners issues, but nothing big. Running GREAT now!

Still on the fence what to do with the 00' with the dead SPI in it. Hate to part it out, but SPI junkyard motors are so $$$ what to do what to do...
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Old 06-04-2013, 09:43 PM   #18
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I picked up a nice '03 with a Duratec 2.3 in it for $1,700. Had to fix some previous owners issues, but nothing big. Running GREAT now!

Still on the fence what to do with the 00' with the dead SPI in it. Hate to part it out, but SPI junkyard motors are so $$$ what to do what to do...
The 00' SPI is relatively easy to build, especially if the block is still good. I found a nice block, new head and pistons and built mine for a grand. Back on the street now.
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