Japanese Import Engines
Import motors, gearboxes, engines for these vehicles
How to Get High Quality Japanese Import Engines, Half Cuts
With the current lockdown in Queensland, we are considered an essential service. While we all would like our cars to last, sometimes we have bad luck with our engines. The motor could simply be a lemon, or maybe it burns oil and needs to be replaced. Sometimes the timing belt fails and causes the pistons to hit the valve train. No matter what, it’s a huge expense that carries a lot of risk. After all, what happens if you pay a lot of money to have a used motor replaced and it turns out to be a bad motor? That could become a major expense and an unpleasant fight with the mechanic that installed the engine.
It’s better to choose a quality supplier of Japanese import engines and half cuts instead of buying a motor from a wreckers or salvage yard. Gearbox Engines offers complete import motors and Japanese import gearbox in the unfortunate event that your engine or transmission fails. Most of the time the engines and transmissions will fit directly into the Japanese cars that are imported into Australia. If you need to make it Australian compliant, you may need to change a few parts, but otherwise you will be in good shape.
They also recommend changing the timing belt and the water pump prior to installation. Having worked on Japanese cars myself, I completely agree with this as the timing belt and water pump are fully accessible when the motor is outside of the car. You will also need to add the correct amount of oil into the engine or transmission prior to starting the vehicle.
Beside the above installation tips you will be good to go. While there is no way to tell exactly how many kilometers a motor may have on it, Japan has a program called Shaken which is a vehicle maintenance program that drivers in Japan have to conduct every six months to ensure vehicle safety. When it costs more to make the needed repairs to certify that a car is safe to drive, most Japanese drivers will replace their vehicles. Gearbox Engines works with suppliers in Japan who try to source used import motors and transmissions that are less than 80,000km.
All of the transmission and engines are back by a 3 month, unlimited kilometer limited warranty. If the unit is found to be defective, you can either have the unit replaced or have you money refunded. This is an excellent way to ensure that your repair will be ready for the road because you will know that the motor or the transmission will be operable prior to spending several hours installing.
When you need a Japanese motors or gearboxes, Gearbox Engines is ready to help. They deal with high quality suppliers from Japan, and ship to anywhere in Australia or even international if needed. They also stand behind the parts they sell so that you know the item you are install works prior to installation. This is a much better choice than compared to the wreckers or salvage yard.
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