Did a motor blow at your shop the other day? Rumor has it your tuner blew his 4.7 2006 motor. Just trying to clarify.:wave:
its because of the individual that owned the truckWhy are you on here trying to varnish a supporting vendors reputation. Don't you have some more pole to smoke before you get your checkbook build done.
Even if it did blow, what the hell does it matter. Find me a tuner that hasn't EVER blown a motor and I'll give you a dollar.
i dont think his intent is to bash airram...just airram might be the only one to share the story since he is close to the owner of the truck and the story was deleted on another forum.Who cares who owns it? He didn't.
The only vendor that I bash, is one that directly robbed ME. And I only did after extensive attempts to settle the issue privately.
this shouldn't be a flamefest.
it could either be a sad, depressing bad news story, or one of "you live, you learn" or "you gotta pay if you wanna play" or "practice makes perfect". either way, i would love to read about it. seems interesting to me.
don't start a damn fight.
I had a main bearing spin in my 2006 4.7, locking the engine up.... Something it didn't like about shifting at 6,500 and a 6,750 rev-limit that was tested out more than a few times.Did a motor blow at your shop the other day? Rumor has it your tuner blew his 4.7 2006 motor. Just trying to clarify.:wave:
got pics?I had a main bearing spin in my 2006 4.7, locking the engine up.... Something it didn't like about shifting at 6,500 and a 6,750 rev-limit that was tested out more than a few times.
No pics, but it was the bearing that had the thrust face on it that spun. There was no loud knocking, just a small clunk and a light screech as it locked up at about 4,500 rpm.got pics?
When this happens there's friction from the two metals rubbing together and this causes wear on the bearing, eventually it can cause a very loud knocking noise that only gets louder until finally the engine seizes up.
i take it yours didnt make any noise?