You can get them from BAT. I'm pretty sure I've seen them elsewhere. Also, KSGerry has a number of zero-mileage nearly-complete motors for sale for like a third of the cost of one out of a crate. Have you seen his posts here? I forget the names of the threads; I think the last big one was in Team Pit Stop.
I believe welding rod is talking about a Crate engine like that of what spoon offers. A prebuilt engine with internals and everything done too it that you would ever want for N/A. Like Spoon offers a B18 engine with 240hp thats about 60hp up from the standard GSR engine in Japan and thats all N/A.
I know that Esslinger Engineering sells engines. I think that you have to ship them a block, head, and crank. I'm not too sure. They build the blocks by the HP you want and what they are going to be used for. My family has delt with them in the past, they can be kinda spendy, but you get what you pay for.
Hi Welding Rod,
I've got vintage 2001 Zetec engines that were removed from unsold Focus cars. They are nearly complete missing the alternator and starter. Many have the flywheel, pressure plate, and clutch disc or flex plate included.
Retail price per engine is $800.dollars plus trucking from Detroit unless you wanted to pick them up yourself. Price per engine to Focal Jet members is $750.dollars with an additional $50.dollars coming from Kansas Racing Products and going to the Focal Jet website.
Shipping weight per engine (with crate) is 315 pounds. I send them listed as "scrap engines" to save trucking costs.
2.3 liter all-aluminum Duratec HE "Ranger" engines also available...$600.dollars plus trucking.
I sent you an email with some additional information. Yes, some of the KRP components do seem expensive but not for a hard-core racing engine. It can be assembled with many common V-8 and four cylinder components for less money.
Of course, even higher horsepower and torque can be made if someone wants a turbo or supercharged version. How deep is your wallet?