Rotary Resurrection - Engine Building
I am currently accepting engine rebuild jobs and cars for install despite what the "status" box may say. I have tried to update the status to reflect this, but many users still report older messages from 2007 being displayed.

All of my engines are built on a per-order basis, meaning that I do not have any stock on the shelf. There is approximately a 2-5 week wait between the time I receive your initial deposit and the time I ship the engine back out.

ALL of my engines receive the following new parts:

Atkins 2mm 2pc apex seals
OEM mazda corner seals/plugs, 93-95 corner seal springs
OEM mazda internal coolant seals and dowelpin/tensionbolt o-rings necessary for the shortblock internals
side seals and side seal springs
Atkins viton oil control o-rings and e-shaft thermal pellet replacement for stock oil thermal pellet
Mazda OEM front and rear main seals

This leaves apex springs (short and long), metal oil control ring/scrapers, and oil control springs, as the only rotor seals being reused in the standard build. Main and rotor bearings are also reused whenever possible, because it is my opinion that a moderately worn original bearing is still superior to a new bearing in this application. All other minor hardware and major core components are also reused in the build unless worn or damaged. Should any additional parts NOT on the above list be required or requested for your build, your cost will go up to cover those additional parts.

If your engine requires hard part replacement (iron plates, rotors, housings) these are replaced from my own core stock (if available) at extra cost to the customer, usually $100-200 per part depending on year/model/condition/availability.

All engines are also painted, AT NO ADDITIONAL COST, in an alternating paint scheme, irons in black (or another color of your choosing) and rotorhousings/front covers in gunmetal (or another color of your choosing).

This gunmetal is a change from my traditional paint scheme, and I’m not aware of any other supplier in the industry using it. This combo seems to be more impervious to heat and dirt, so I feel it makes for a cleaner looking engine bay after a little time has passed. The silver is still available, if you wish to have this instead. IF you wish, you can choose other colors or schemes for your engine (anything readily available in engine paint colors). Keep in mind light colors do not fair well in an engine bay for more than a few months...dark is the best choice. Painting the whole block a single color usually does not look too good, but I will do whatever you instruct.

Rotary Resurrection - Engine Building
Rotary Resurrection
is located in
Morristown, TN,
1 hour east of Knoxville.
At times I get so many emails I stay a week or more behind. Please do not send duplicates asking "did you get my last email?". This only serves to slow the process down even more.
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