how many are actually running 350 whp with a stock bottom end, as opposed how many aren't?you can make 350 on the 2010 coupes with stock internals with out a full build, but you will need injectors,FMIC, clutch and bigger turbo
lol i ran for over 2 years on stock internals before i did broke into the motor. i'm not telling them not to build the block but you can do 350 on a stock block and be goodhow many are actually running 350 whp with a stock bottom end, as opposed how many aren't?
Even hyundai changed the internals on the 2013+
The cost of a used motor is about the same as rebuilding it with better internals.
cheaping out and risk blowing your motor and buying a used one later, or rebuilding it for the start. You choose.
Lasted 3 years- 30k miles at 475whp on the stock bottom end before showing signs that it should be rebuilt.
Building just the bottom end cost me about 5k. Buying a used 2013 engine would have been much cheaper (also not as strong).
I'm still making the same power after having the bottom end rebuilt.
I had it professionally built by a local shop called PRL.rebuilding a block isn't hard. Balancing and weight matching conrods and pistons isn't hard either.
having someone else rebuild it for you is were things get expensive.