:woot:What a great idea! Thanks for sharing your info! Kudo's for you! +++rep!
uhhh....multi tasking last nite....PITA but it had to be doneWell, on one hand, "THANKS!!!" that was a great idea.
On the other hand tho. You a$$ musta been pretty bored last night.
lol...i've got a 2.7 block sitting at the shop with your name on it....Very cool RJ now all i need is ah 2.7 lol.
You make nice videos.
i would probably say about 60% of them are suppling the no-rubber gasket i'm still finding a good percentage are still suppling the cheaper rubberized one.My guess is that by now, most or all manufacturers of the 2.7 pumps are using the thin, orange, no-rubber gasket/thick pump body design with choice of sprocket to go with either type chain?
here is a approximate break down of what i spend.....That was very useful thanks, I still have the same question as I did in a previous post, whats the cost of rebuilding the 2.7 with all the parts you did in your rebuild?
please post a new thread, or do some searching. Welcome to the site! Simple answer is yes. Pretty much plug and play.I have a 2000 dodge interpid with the 2.7 engine and i wanted to upgrade to the 3.5 high output from a 2001 chrysler concorde my question is will it be an even swap or will i have to do modification?