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Old 03-19-2014, 04:35 PM   #1
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With using modularmotorsportsracing.com aka MMR. I was wondering if they send you a whole new motor or you send yours out to them and they build it for you. Any information about MMR would be great since I do not know much about them. The car I would be doing this to is my 2000 GT. Thank you.
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they can do either one, altho im sure shipping your block to them is gonna cost a good penny.
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they can do either one, altho im sure shipping your block to them is gonna cost a good penny.
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