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Author Topic:   Where do YOU buy motor parts?
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posted December 17, 2005 05:31 PM  
I've had...less than a successful experience buying used parts. I'd think I would be able to purchase some really good parts that were removed from REAL GOOD motors during a freshen, but I seem to always wind up with parts I don't want to use. So---where are the best places to buy NEW engine parts for my race motor?

Dirt Roller

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posted December 17, 2005 06:09 PM  
Depends on what your looking for and what your budget is. Used is not the best way to go normally. I build a lot of stuff with chinese parts. Scat, Eagle, It's cheaper and if you overbuild, IE use parts rated for more horsepower than your making, you've got a huge margin for error. Carrillo is great if you have the budget. Used NASCAR junk is usually just that, junk. They aren't trying to unload it cause it's still good. If Harvick used it in a race, it's good on your mantel, not on your racecar.

Dirt Full Roller

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posted December 17, 2005 08:48 PM  
I've had good luck buying engine components from Doug Herbert Performance. I think they are located in North Carolina. They stock items in several price ranges and they'll cut you a break if you have them put together a "kit". They'll let you select the items YOU want from their catalog and still give a kit price.

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posted December 17, 2005 09:21 PM  
CNC Motorsports

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posted December 17, 2005 09:41 PM  
Northern Auto Parts, fast shipping and dependable in my experiences

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posted December 18, 2005 04:40 AM  
Motorville, Kansas City

Dirt Maniac

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posted December 18, 2005 06:33 AM  
CNC Motorsports and Competition Products

Dirt Maniac

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posted December 18, 2005 07:16 AM  
I usually use a local engine shop that concentrates mostly on all aluminum late model engines. You usually always get the right part plus if its not right you dont have to deal with sending it back and waiting for the next part. Then add on all those shipping charges, its just alot easier to get it locally.

James Ott
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posted December 18, 2005 09:57 AM  
Northern Auto Parts, deliver to Canada cheap

A. Bighurry
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posted December 18, 2005 11:10 AM  
I've gotten parts from www.dirttrackthunder before and was pleased with the price and service.

Dirt Maniac

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posted December 18, 2005 12:49 PM  
Lane Automotive / Motor State Distributing out of Watervliet Michigan has about anything you could dream of in stock.

Summit Racing usually has everything in stock, decent prices, and have been very happy with shipping turn around times.

Speedway Motors out of Nebraska has been excellent to deal with also.

I've got a lot of good feedback from people about Competition Products out of Wisconsin and will probably purchase some parts from them in the near future.

Dirt Maniac

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posted December 18, 2005 03:26 PM  
Mancini racing if it's Mopar, they are the best in the business!

Speed Kills, Drive a Chevy and live forever!

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