Is the Salvage Auction Ferrari’s Engine Bad? I Started Taking it Apart and Found Multiple Issues!

After struggling to diagnose the Salvage Auction Ferrari 360s engine misfiring issues, I finally perform a compression test, and also remove the intake manifold. Here’s what I found that looks like it might be the source of our issue.

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30 thoughts on “Is the Salvage Auction Ferrari’s Engine Bad? I Started Taking it Apart and Found Multiple Issues!

  1. There no order to these videos. I was hoping to see the finished product on the green 360. We don’t even know if all this work actually made a difference. Frustrating.

  2. Dude, if you want a real reliable sports car then you should buy a Porsche… Ferrari are piece of crap and known to be everything but reliable….Ferrari are just designed to dying in garages collecting dust, not to be driven….

  3. sir , you do not know what the fuck you are doing ……that said you have my respect for giving it a try ..you are smarter than I am , you have a Ferrari , I have 150,000.00 dollars in tools and a shit fucking job

  4. I would never ever buy a used Ferrari nor any other 'super car' because they are so expensive to maintain that cheap skate owners are likely to skimp on service and repair leading to very expensive damage.

  5. One of the best ways of determining if misfires are indeed real or worse, detonations is to use a bore scope. There are multiple cheap versions with ccd cameras, etc. this is the directo observation of the condtion of the valves, cylinder walls, and the piston. also, the fuel in the tank you bought should have been drained as you dont know its quality or octane knock number. Im willing to bet you need something above 91 octane.

  6. Easily diagnosed as a broken valve spring on 2 or 5 valve will close doing a cranking compression test but float running causing miss should have done a running compression test. I'm betting 2and 5 are companion pairs and it has a waste spark ingnition system.

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