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With a pedigree that dates back to 1984, the highly qualified team at M&W have a wealth of knowledge that is second to none.
Having worked on all manner of engines from motoring icons like the “T” Model Ford, rare vintage and classics of all makes, through to custom engines for race, road or water as well as agricultural machinery and commercial applications.
The factory workshop is a large clean work space purposefully designed to allow for the precision cleaning and machining of cylinder heads, engine blocks and all engine components.
Engines are assembled in our purpose built clean engine room. M&W can also carry out TIG welding repairs and modifications, as well as all types of engine balancing.
Cylinder Head Reconditioning
Specializing in all aspects of cylinder head reconditioning and custom modifications.
Complete in-house reconditioning facility that can custom rebuild all types of engine.
How much will it cost to recondition my engine?
Most engines will need to be dismantled, hot tanked and inspected prior to the engine being estimated for cost. Being a custom engine re-conditioner we assess each job on its merits. We are able to give a firmer price on some of the more common engines.
What sort of time will it take?
For a straight forward job we like to allow 7 to 10 working days to complete the project. It is however dependant on part availability and the complexity of the job.
What sort of warranty do you offer?
We offer an 18month/30,000km warranty for gas engines, and a 24month/40,000 km for petrol engines. It is our company policy that for any warranty to be applicable, the vehicle must be inspected by one of our dyno tuning partners to make sure that all installation and accessory items have been examined and addressed.
How should I run in my new engine?
Engines will vary in the amount of time needed to have completely run in. This period of time can depend on the type of rings being used and the specific use of the engine. Our engines must be run in using our Penrite running in oil which usually stays in the engine for the first 6-800 km’s. For more detailed information go to our technical tips section of this web site.