**We saved $3000 with a DIY REBUILD TRICK!!** FERRARI F430 Oil & Water Pump

The Ferrari F430 Oil / Water Pump is known to have leaks after some time. Josh shows us how to save about $3,000 by DIY rebuilding the oil and water pump instead of simply replacing it. This is certainly a good way to save a lot of money and it’s not a terribly difficult task. You will need to order a bunch of o-rings of the correct sizes and material.

WOMAN CRASHES into my FERRARI 458 ITALIA… and I CAUGHT IT ALL ON VIDEO **BUMPER SMASHED**

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While my Ferrari 458 Italia was parked in valet, one of the patrons of the restaurant we were dining at backed into my car! It would appear as though there isn’t much, if any damage, but the problem is I have a PPF installed so we can’t tell if the paint has any damage or not! This means I will have to have the PPF removed just to check if the paint has any flaws, and get a new PPF installed.

This is why you NEED to have a BlackVUE Dashcam installed to protect your car. I also HIGHLY recommend buying a battery backup system so it will run even while the car is off. This is not the first time that my BlackVUE dash camera has recorded incidents to my Ferrari. I’m running the BlackVUE 900S-2CH with B-124 Battery.

The MOST HATED FERRARI 348 SHOOTS FLAMES! DIY Major is COMPLETE? Pt 18

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Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 17 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

We finally get the Ferrari 348 running, and it SHOOTS FLAMES! Oh, and we upped the rev limiter to 8500 RPM!! This thing is a screaming beast! It sounds absolutely incredible thanks to Josh’s custom X-pipe exhaust. Now Tim can finally go out and drive this incredible Ferrari. 3 months of work come down to this!

A HUGE thanks to Ricambi America for all of their support on this project.

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MY FERRARI 458 MELTS after getting wet? Wash but NO DRY with the No Spots Pro.

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I have previously shown the No Spots Pro and how it makes almost perfectly pure water with a TDS (total dissolved solids) that’s super low. This means you can wash your car, use the No Spots Pro to rinse it at the end, and not have to dry you car. When used correctly, you end up with little to no water spots, even on a hot as hell Texas Summer day!

The No Spots Pro uses de-ionization resin to reduce the amount of ions in the water. My water went from a TDS of over 140 to 2. 2 is incredibly pure water!

In this video I show you hot to refill the DI resin in a No Spots Pro, and then I wash not 1 but 3 of my cars – The Corvette, Jaguar F-Type, and Ferrari 458. I then leave the Vette and Jag out in the sun to show just how effective the No Spots Pro is. In the end it saves me a ton of time not having to towel try all my cars, not to mention it means less risk of swirl marks.

Will our BROKEN FERRARI EVER RUN?? The Haters Say No… FERRARI DIY MAJOR Pt. 17

If you’d like to help me continue to do DIY projects like this Ferrari 348 Engine Out Major Major, please consider contributing on the DIY Supporter page (https://bit.ly/ngssupport)

Ricambi America provided MOST of the parts we used, please support them if you are needing any Ferrari or Maserati parts: https://www.ricambiamerica.com
Use the code NGS10 to get 10% off your order!!!
Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 17 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

It’s finally time to try and start the Ferrari 348! Is the internet right? Did we totally screw up the engine? Will it even turn over? Will it run properly? Did we smash more valves? Let’s find out and see if we can finally drive this amazing car under it’s own power.

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HOW we FIXED our TOTALLED FERRARI Engine for $0.00 | DIY MAJOR SERVICE Pt.16

If you’d like to help me continue to do DIY projects like this Ferrari 348, please consider contributing on the DIY Supporter page

Ricambi America: https://www.ricambiamerica.com
Use the code NGS10 to get 10% off your order!!!
Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 16 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

Now that the engine is back in the Ferrari 348, we had to start connecting all the various wires and hoses. There was one last thing that needed to be fixed, which was welding back together the aluminum bracket for the alternator. Josh dispenses his wisdom on how to weld while wearing his OSHA approved attire. Don’t try this at home folks.

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We DESTROYED the FERRARI’S ENGINE AGAIN!?? **I can’t make this stuff up…** PT. 15

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Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 15 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

And by destroyed I mean, completely not destroyed. The engine is in, and ALMOST ready to run! According to the geniuses on the internet though, we’ve destroyed it. I’m not sure how, but for sure it’s ruined. Well, the Ferrari 348 should be back up and on the road shortly, with more horsepower than stock!

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WHAT FERRARI MECHANICS won’t tell YOU!! **The ENGINE is back in!!**| DIY FERRARI SERVICE Pt. 14

Ricambi America: https://www.ricambiamerica.com
Use the code NGS10 to get 10% off your order!!!
Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 14 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

We get the engine back in the Ferrari 348 but it’s not over yet! Josh continues to give us his tips and tricks, all the while we continue to have fun. We also get to see a badass Camaro with open headers. MURICA.

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Our FERRARI was RUINED by another MECHANIC **NEVER DO THIS TO A FERRARI** | DIY MAJOR Pt. 13

Ricambi America: https://www.ricambiamerica.com
Use the code NGS10 to get 10% off your order!!!
Ferrari 348 Timing Belt Major Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2w2hxt7
Ferrari 348 Oil Pump Service Kit: https://tinyurl.com/y2crm38f

Part 13 of the Ferrari 348 DIY Major Engine Out Service. The Ferrari 348 requires the engine to be pulled every 3-5 years or 25,000 miles to replace the timing belts. Usually this also entails replacing many other components such as the tensioners, water pump, bearings, and pulleys. Typically this service starts at around $10,000 at most reputable shops, and can easily cost upwards of $25,000. We are going full bore and replacing almost everything that can wear so the engine will be almost as good as new and give Tim many years of use.

Getting much closer to having the engine put back together. We got the intake manifold back on the engine making it look like a real Ferrari engine again. Josh continues to dispense his knowledge and experience helping us fumble our way through and preventing more mistakes. The lip-seals are a bit tricky to get seated just right, but we manage to get those on properly.

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If you’d like to use some of Josh’s services, please email me dan@normalguysupercar.com