Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding Policy – Canada. Porcellato Engineering has over 20 years of golf cart engine rebuilding experience. We specialize in Club Car and Gator/Kawasaki , Yamaha, and EZ-GO. We have an exchange program where you pull the engine and we exchange or rebuild your good core to new specs. We’ve also Dyno tested more Golf Car engines than anyone on the planet, we can assist with proven performance modifications that won’t effect reliability.
Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding is economic when compared to vehicle replacement. Prices start at $1030Cdn for a FE290CW Club Car Kawasaki engine. FE290 Gator FE290CCW FE350 FE350CCW FE350CW FE400 KF82 FD620 also available.
Prices start at $1050Cdn for a J38 Yamaha engine. J38 JN5 JN6 JN7 also available.
Prices start $1100Cdn for an EZGO EH29C engine. EC25D2PG EC25D3PG EH29C EH35C EH292C EH352C FJ400 also available.
What does Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding involve? Each engine is completely disassembled, cleaned, inspected, and brought to factory specs. Including: cylinder bores trued and crosshatched or bored oversize if needed, new rings, new gasket kit, new seals and valve guide seals. The valves are ground, lapped and set.
How Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding works:
1.) You ship your core to us for inspection and exchange prior to us shipping a rebuilt engine.
2) Need it sooner? Pay a $1400.00 to $1600.00Cdn refundable core deposit (depending on engine) over and above the sales price.
Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding starts with receipt of your Core: we will promptly disassemble, inspect and once the engine is deemed rebuild-able we will 1) ship the rebuilt engine or, 2) refund the $1400.00 to $1600.00Cdn core deposit.
We will not ship the Item without: 1) receiving a re-build-able core or, 2) receiving the core deposit.
We will notify you of damaged or non-rebuild-able parts and any costs associated with their replacement. We will provide photos and explanations of any unusable parts.
If you know you have damage, let us know ahead of time and we will provide you an initial estimate.
If Item buyer elects to pay the core deposit, we will deduct damaged and/or missing parts from the core deposit. Examples of a non-satisfactory core would be any of the following: A broken con rod, broken crank, crank with damaged counter balance journals, hole in block, broken head, missing parts, etc. Porcellato Engineering strives to be fair and honest and will work to accommodate you when possible. Note: We charge a small fee for broken bolt extraction. If you are not sure if you can remove a broken bolt or stud, don’t try. If an engine is missing a major component or the component is deemed unfit, Item buyer agrees to pay for replacement of an OEM new or OEM equivalent part.
We look forward to assisting with your next rebuild. Click here to get started.
Ps. We buy Club Car Engine Cores!
Pps. Beyond Golf Cart Engine Rebuilding, we support the home builder with parts / technical assistance. Click to check out our informative videos. Porcellato Engineering is proud to be a Nivel Golf Car Aftermarket Parts and Accessories Dealer. We’re not just here to make a sale, we’d be happy to assist if there’s ever any uncertainty about product fit or application etc.
Nivel’s broad product offering of over 10,000 items is unequaled in the industry. They carry products for all golf car models from the three major OEMs (Club Car, E-Z-GO and Yamaha) as well as for Columbia/Harley Davidson, Cushman, Hyundai, Jacobson, Legend, Melex, Noland, Nordskog, Pargo, Taylor Dunn, and vintage, discontinued golf cars. Nivel also specializes in providing exclusive, hard-to-find and discontinued parts.
Nivel is proud to offer products with quality and functionality, equal or better than OEM replacement parts and accessories, at a competitive price. They’ve expanded their product line by building a global sourcing network comprised of over 400 high-quality, loyal suppliers; many of whom have been Nivel partners for over 20 years, and by acquiring best-of-breed strategic manufacturers of lift kits, tires & wheels, windshields and enclosures.