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Brand new 5.0 short block for sale.


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I bought a 2010 XKR with a blown engine. Idea was to rebuild the engine with my 3 young boys (12, 11 and 6), and as you might imagine I made great progress for a few weeks then it turned from fun to work and they lost interest. By that time I'd ordered and bought a brand new short block from Jaguar AJ812891 (these retail around $9,000).

So long story short I sold the car as a project to another brave soul, who has actually swapped the engine from a wrecked car and its back on the road. I now have a brand new engine sat in my garage waiting on the next car in need.

Let me know if you need any more info, if I don't sell it I guess I'll have a spare should my XKR-S ever need one but that isn't my ideal.

Asking $6,500 plus shipping.

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bought it last year, so nearing a year now. The block for the NA and super charged are the same, Its the heads that determines the compression.

Look the part number up on a jaguar dealer parts site, it will show the applications, any Jag with 5.0 liter block its good for.

Let me know if you need any more info.

I have a XKR-S now, so if I don't sell it I'll just keep it for a spare, its in the original shipping crate.

Steve

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I actually need it for a range rover sport supercharged that the bottom end is knocking, the description on jaguar list various jaguar applications for both na and sc so not sure if this will work. will do.some more research. can you send some pics of the block and pistons.

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see attached, when I was looking into rebuilding the jag (2010 XKR) I found RR had the same parts but different part numbers. I believe the 5.0 Jag and RR are based off the same block but you need to confirm for yourself, I don't want to you buy something you can't use. I went for the short block because I wasn't able to find much info on bearings and getting the crank ground down and then get oversized bearings. Decided the safest bet was the get the block with new crank pistons rods etc.

 

The photos I took when I first got the engine, if you need more you might need to wait till weekend. Where are you located.IMG_0375(1).HEIC

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NAV,

 

Here is the name of the company that actually manufactures the engines for Jag, maybe you can call them and ask if this is the same block for the range rover

Autocraft Drivetrain Solutions Limited
TEL: 01476 581311 | FAX: 01476 581301 | EMAIL: bshepherd@autocraftds.com | WEB: http://www.autocraftds.com

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Hope this helps

 

Steve

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