Roberto just in case your looking;
I dont know the seller's just saw it on ebay, keep us updated.
Thank you mate much appreciated
I must apologize to the boys on FL I have been a little pre occupied this is what has been happening and it is not good
So after a we received all the proper tools for the job my mechanic proceeded to drop the engine, she came out fairly easy with little problems, he even made casters for the car so we can roll it around the shop. Engine overall looks good we found 1 vacuum line not attached no biggie.
Back to the thread, as we guessed it a piston failure (burnt) caused from what we thought was non other than a failed cat....but that was just one of contributing factors
My mechanic is not convinced that the cat deposited any material back in the chamber and causing the failure he thinks that there was another issue on top of my bad cat that together along with my sustained high revs caused my burnt piston.
Although these engines are awesome and can be pushed hard I think I pushed mine to long at the worst time possible. If I had driven it normally with limited high rpm range I would still be driving her today. The more I read the more I have to agree that the cause was due to my high rpm speeds at the wrong time. If my cats had not blow up the restricted airflow would not have occurred thus creating my problem, but then again if I would have driven it normally, I probably would of noticed a hot cat way before engine melt down. Question is what caused the cat to fail ? another question is I noticed my other pistons looked like they were exposed to bad burn like to rich or low octane, what caused this ?
Here is another informative link my mechanic gave me, I must say he is dedicated to us solving the problem and is very informative as well as teaching me along the way. http://www.metricmechanic.com/catalog/engine-life.php WARNING!!!!!
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