Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Kartoon, Sep 26, 2006.
Does anyone know how much it is to spoon an engine or to buy a spoon engine?
Why would you want to spoon an engine? That would be cold and painful.
because all the holes are cold and hard. there is no warmth. it wouldn't be very fun. i wouldn't want one on top of me either. i'm the dominant type.
You guys r real funny..ha ha... if your not gonna supply real help dont post on this thread...dumbass cali fags
excuse me?? dumbass cali fags.. you're the one asking "how much is it to spoon an engine?".. i think we all know who the dumbass is..
just so you know.. calling people fags isnt gonna get you any help..
i take extreme offense to this post. i'm not from cali, i'm from washington state.
"He ordered 3 Spoon engines, Turbos, annnddddd NOS....."
On a more useful note - Spoon engines, unless they're going in an all-out race car, which will live life at 8000-10000RPM, the machining and costs of a Spoon motor is totally not worth the cost. Support your local engine builder!
My point exactly. Spoon is just another name brand. Ebay it up if you want a spoon engine. And I'm heterosexual, thank you very much, not all people in Cali are fags. Just like everyone in the South is not a dumb okie. Read up on building an engine and figure out what you want to use the car for, and build the engine yourself.
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