Engine Remanufacturing at Ricambifiat:
-Every engine is completely disassembled. All major engine components that are to be used will be put through an intensive cleaning process. The cleaning process includes, high pressure spray wash system, abrasive modes of cleaning and a final rinsing to flush all debris.
Each component is then accurately inspected for wear, parts being measured for size, ovality, taper and alignment. If any component does not meet specification or tolerances they are then replaced for new one.
3. Crankshaft rebuild,
The journals are reground to the next undersize, polished to the exact tolerances. All surfaces are then re-measured and checked after work. Oil galleries de-burred and thoroughly cleaned.
4. Engine block rebuild,
Oil galleries troroughly cleaned, new cammshaft bearings ( if neccesary). rebuilding threads
5. Conrod rebuilding,
All conrod bearing housings are measured for size, ovality and taper, always top and bottom of conrod is rebuilding.
6. Cylinder head rebuilding,
The cylinder heads are cleaned in an additional process to ensure all old carbon deposits are removed. All valve guides are renewed, valve seats are recut (replaced if required).
All valves are examined for damage, head thickness, stem wear and replaced or machined as necessary. Rocker and block faces are surface ground to the correct tolerance, ensuring a perfect seal with the gaskets. Finally, the cylinder head is assembled completely with valve springs, top caps, collets and valve stem oil seals, ready for fitment.
Prior to assembly, all components are thoroughly checked, measured and cleaned to ensure that all contamination is completely removed.
7. Assembly the engine,
Once all quality control checks are completed and passed, the engine is then assembled , using all new pistons including rings, crankshaft bearings, timing chain , oil pump, pressure release valve and spring, gaskets. All of the new components have been selected for their durability, reliability. All torque settings are adhered to during assembly.