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maca

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PostSubject: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 13:30

If you change your engine do you have to notify the dvla, get log book updated etc...

Has anyone done this? not done this? lol

PM me if you'd rather not say in public  Wink 

Also when declaring mods what available options are there with regards to like for like replacements etc..

????
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 13:43

Leagaly you are required to notify dvla of any changes to the vehicle .if engines have been swapped upgraded..yrs ago if you upt the power or bigger engine you were supposed to get an engineers report but that cost ya ...so don't know the score now..if your doing like for like there are no issues as your not moddifying just replacing
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 17:02

As far as I know you should inform the dvla and give them the new engine number so log book can be updated as for more power I think it's just the insurance company wants to know I'm with greenlight and told them every mod and that's a like for like insurance and if car gets written off I get a garrenteed £5000
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 22:10

andyden71 wrote:
As far as I know you should inform the dvla and give them the new engine number so log book can be updated as for more power I think it's just the insurance company wants to know I'm with greenlight and told them every mod and that's a like for like insurance and if car gets written off I get a garrenteed £5000

That's the lines I as thinking along

cheers mate  Wink 
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 22:10

baldy wrote:
Leagaly you are required to notify dvla of any changes to the vehicle .if engines have been swapped upgraded..yrs ago if you upt the power or bigger engine you were supposed to get an engineers report but that cost ya ...so don't know the score now..if your doing like for like there are no issues as your not moddifying just replacing

Think I need to find out how much if cost applies  Laughing Laughing 

Cheers mate
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 22:12

Don't think it costs anything mate it's just a update on vehicle details
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PostSubject: Re: Engine change   Engine change EmptyFri 13 Jun - 22:14

andyden71 wrote:
Don't think it costs anything mate it's just a update on vehicle details

Ill look into it, nee to get everything sorted  Wink 
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