FAQ’s

How many kilometers do your engines and transmissions have on them?

It is not possible to quote the exact number of miles an engine or transmission has. But based on the supplier’s information on each engine it is possible to estimate that these engines are between 60 000kms to 80 000kms.

Are your engines complete?

Yes, our engines are mostly sold complete except for the starter motor. Usually with import engines other parts may be required to be used off the old engine as we sell replacement engines.

Do your engines meet the South African requirements emissions control?

Yes, they meet all the requirements and checks of the South African emissions control.

What kind of warranty comes with my engine or transmission?

All our petrol engines carry a one-month warranty and the diesel engines carry start up warranty only. Please check our warrantees page for a detailed explanation.

What comes with an engine?

In general, the engine comes with an intake manifold, exhaust manifold, fuel injection, alternator, distributor, usually partial wire harness that are cut near the engine, oil pan, valve cover, pulleys, etc.

Do you export to other countries?

Yes we export to a number of countries, we can also organise engine clearance certificates for you if required.

How do I go about registering my new engine?

First you will need to install your engine in your vehicle, then you will need to get an RPC (Request for Police Clearance) from the Traffic Department. Along with the RPC form and your ID document you will need to drive to your nearest Traffic Clearance Department, where they will inspect the engine for the engine number and add it to their system.