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I'm interesting in making a 2.7 to 3.2 or 3.5 engine conversion in a 2001 Intrepid SE, and as a project like that is a bit beyond me, was hoping someone could recommend a shop in the Texas area that can do that? Alternatively, if anyone knows of any kit suppliers such as Applied Automotive Solutions? I tried contacting them, but my emails went unanswered and I couldn't leave a phone message due to their mailbox being full. Also, given that the copyright on the site is still 2005, I'm thinking they may have went out of business?
 

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Good luck finding a local shop that will even touch a conversion! I've been calling around to shops in my city & getting turned away everytime. I'm almost willing to pay a member on here that's done a conversion to come do mine!
 

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Many shops get scared as soon as they hear the word "conversion." Then they rant about how wrong it is to do it and dont even know a thing about it, and how simple it is on these cars. Many members here can vouch for this... I'd keep trying, eventually you will find someone that will.
 

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No i have not had it done i was just looking up problems on the 2.7 engine for a freind who has a sebring with a blown motor when i found this board. i just thought you guys might want to know about automotive specialist,you could call them and ask what all you need to do the swap.
i would never buy anything chrysler makes. I just hope this helps some of you guys out that got sold a turd from chrysler
 

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GERMANY said:
No i have not had it done i was just looking up problems on the 2.7 engine for a freind who has a sebring with a blown motor when i found this board. i just thought you guys might want to know about automotive specialist,you could call them and ask what all you need to do the swap.
i would never buy anything chrysler makes. I just hope this helps some of you guys out that got sold a turd from chrysler
WTF??
 

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Wow. Looking back at this thread, I seemed pretty desperate to get my car back on the road. I'm glad I had the conversion done though. And I forecast some red stuff coming somebody's way!!
 

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2850.00 p & l

thats what we charge to do them and we have been doing them since 1998 at a junkyard here in columbus, ohio
Julia Hobbs


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Good luck finding a local shop that will even touch a conversion! I've been calling around to shops in my city & getting turned away everytime. I'm almost willing to pay a member on here that's done a conversion to come do mine!
 

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I taught Automotive Specialists how to do swaps. They do good work. :smilie_st

Its tough to do them cheap anymore, so many places (at least around here) know how to do them now and sometimes the engines are as expensive as the used 2.7's.... I can still do them for $2750, but its tight.
 
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