It’s a terrible feeling when your car’s engine fails. The good news is that it’s rare indeed that an engine can’t be saved at all. Getting the right help with engine building makes the chance of success much greater, of course. You can count on Excelerate Performance to be honest with you about the state of your engine right now and the odds that a rebuilt engine is going to give you what you need.
Should You Rebuild Your Car’s Engine?
There comes a time with every engine when you may need to make a decision. Should you just go with a remanufactured engine or does the one you already have get rebuilt? There are good reasons to lean one way or the other. If the damage is too severe, you may not be able to rebuild an engine. That’s especially the case if the block has been cracked. But the engine you want may not be available to you for a variety of reasons. What then?
A rebuilt engine can be just as great as it ever was. That’s especially true if the people doing the work are master certified technicians working with OEM parts. When they’ve also got a 12-month, 12,000-mile warranty protecting the work they’re doing, you can count on that engine to do what you want it to do.
Engine Repair and Engine Building in Branford CT
The big problem when it comes to getting your car’s engine repaired or rebuilt is knowing what happened in the first place. If the damage was caused by issues that are preventable, it’s vital to know what you can do in the future to avoid coming back to this same spot. If maintenance was difficult to keep up with or if parts failed, that’s something that an expert can help you to triage. Overall, it’s best to start with the best parts and the best support so that you know that going forward you’re going to have the performance that you need and want from your car.
Worried that your engine is too far gone to be saved? Don’t give up until you’ve had a chance to talk with the master certified technicians at Excelerate Performance in Branford, CT. We’ll accurately diagnose the state of your engine and let you know what we’ve found. You won’t be making a decision with vague or no information and you’ll have a plan of action no matter what you decide to do.