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So recently I crashed my Ef, Due to the impact the engine broke the oil pump, Crank Pulley, and sump.
So Before I go and buy the remaining parts I need to fix my engine, do you think the engine might be broken internally from the collision given that the Crank Pulley basically got thorn up or should I be good to go by just replacing the parts mentioned?
The Timing belt did not snap Thankfully it had just been replaced so was in the best condition it could have been.
Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
Engine: D15B Japan
 

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it could have been damaged depends how hard and location of the hit.
girdle could be cracked, crank snout could be bent but unlikely.
I would just slam it back together if it "looks" and spins alright.
 

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it could have been damaged depends how hard and location of the hit.
girdle could be cracked, crank snout could be bent but unlikely.
I would just slam it back together if it "looks" and spins alright.
Yeah turning by hand it spins fine and not getting stuck anywhere, Ill guess Ill give it a try and see if it works out. I was amazed that the pulley literally cracked itself apparently its not the strongest :p
 

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it could have been damaged depends how hard and location of the hit.
girdle could be cracked, crank snout could be bent but unlikely.
I would just slam it back together if it "looks" and spins alright.
The sump is gonna be taken out so is there any way I can inspect the girdle? I think just take a look at cracks mostly right?
 

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Pay attention to the girdle when it gets removed, if it seems to have "tension" on it.

Anything hardenough to bend or break the crank pulley, likely wiped the bearings out, so replace those.

Honestly, might be easier to slap a D16 block in there.
 
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