Our Remanufacturing Process
Each cast iron block is magnafluxed for cracks and checked for any visible damage to the block or threaded holes before being repainted to the original color.
Eagle Engine has five CNC machining centers that are programmed to precise specifications that meet or exceed those established by the OEM for each engine block.
After the engine block is bored, decked, and chamfered, each cylinder is honed with the specified cross-hatch pattern. Quality audits are performed to ensure that the cylinder size and finish meets specifications. 100% new pistons, rings and bearings are installed in every engine.
Every head is resurfaced and completely inspected for any visible damage or cracks.
Valve seats are machined, inspected and replaced, if necessary.
Valve guides are inspected with an air gauge and replaced if necessary.
The cam bore is checked on overhead cam engines and machined if required.
Only new valves, seals and lifters are used in every head.
All plugs and fittings are replaced with new pieces to protect against possible coolant leaks.
Each connecting rod is measured against OEM specifications for bend, twist, and center-to-center length before use.
The piston pin bore and bearing bore are measured with air gauges for proper dimensions.
New torque to yield rod bolts and nuts are installed.
Crankshafts are machined on a fully automated Jucrank CNC crank grinder. This enables APS to maintain consistency and critical tolerances for each journal.
All oil galley holes are chamfered and brushed after machining and the crankshaft is given a final wash to ensure cleanliness.
Each crank is inspected for cracks, bow and all applicable run-out specs for rod and main journals.
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