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Old 08-05-2011, 09:41 PM
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Rebuild on 95 vtech

So im doinga rebuild on my 95 vtec and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what else to replace besides the following parts long im rebuilding the motor car has aprox 2073xx mi.

Replacing
Oil pump
water pump
main bearings
pistons
all gaskets
piston rings
timing belt and all associated timing components

please keep in mind that this an oem rebuild on a budget so im not wanting to go crazy

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Re: Rebuild on 95 vtech

according to my research they didn't make vtech phones in 95.

but in all seriousness, if your doing an OEM rebuild then you'll probably only want to replace what's not working properly
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Re: Rebuild on 95 vtech

keep forgetting when i spell it not to spell with the h.

those are actually the parts that come with the rebuild kit that I am getting and my mechanic suggested that those are things that i should replace as well cause i could have gotten a kit that didnt have the water and oil pumps but I guess if there is anything that you can suggest to replace that would help for a performance boost long i have the block apart that would be appreciated and again not looking to go crazy.
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Re: Rebuild on 95 vtech

I wouldn't recommend anything else unless you're wanting to go crazy. Spend the money you have left over on some form of handling upgrade or stereo. You could just hold on to that money in case something else goes wrong. Good luck.
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Re: Rebuild on 95 vtech

Any suggestions on what to get for suspension components then. I already have a decent stereo system in the car but the only thing modified are the rotors and i bought it with cross drilled and slotted rotters.
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