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Cornelius, Oregon 97113

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"A few months back we were in need of a new race car motor, and we asked a few racers and they all said go to dennis at DVC machine and we did so. Dennis built us a amazing motor in a short amount of time. We informed dennis that we would need the motor alot sooner than expected and he worked his butt off to get it ready for us when we needed it! We have had ZERO problems running this motor at very high RPMS! DVC is HIGHLY recommended! Thank you Dennis and everyone at DVC!"

andrew olsen
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Breaking in a re-manufactured engine is a painless task. Basically just avoid lugging and prolonged same speed driving for the first 500 miles. This just means avoid any long trips during the break-in. The first oil change should be made at or close to the first 500 miles and after that every 3 months or 3000 miles. Check your oil at least every time you get gas during the first 3000 miles as your newly re-manufactured engine may use some oil. This is due to the rings breaking in and is completely normal. Watch for any leaks or engine lights. If you notice either please bring your vehicle in immediately, remember it is better to be safe than sorry. It is quite common for an engine to use a little oil during the break-in period so check your oil frequently. You should also change your anti-freeze every 2 years or 24k miles.