My first engine died in my Barkas due to user error. I didn't put enugh oil in it and the crank sized. I've imported a rebuilt crank, new pistons, and other parts. I've put it together. The engine worked flawlessly for a year or so. I even moved with the Barkas. Up until one day drivin home from work one of the pistons separated at the wirst pin. This caused the whole crank case to deform and open up. Plus one large pace broke off the block where it sucks the air in. So the only salvageble part left is the head.... On the 16-th I'm headin to Hungary to buy an other block and rebuild that one. I also had my other parts Barkas's engine pulled. That will be rebuilt as well. The problem is to find rebuildable crank shafts without insert rings around the roller bearings. I have some local comrads who willing to help finding whatever I need. The crank rebuilding master will come out of retirement to do my two cranks and drill the blocks. But I have to come up with two rebuildable cranks for him... I'll put one complete engine back into the parts Barkas (the whole thing will be shiped home at a lather date) and will bring home the one without the head in my bags. The weight limit is 70lbs per bag (for me as an employee of the airline) so if I bring the empty block in one and the crank, pistons and lower crank case in the other, I'll max out both bags... After this repair the Barkas will retire and only gonna use it on rare occasions.