I bought from National Power Supply. I don't feel I should pay to have rebuilt to work. As far as the implication that I didn't ask the right question you could be more wrong. I made it very clear it was a MCI M9 and the ever saw pictures of it. They are current looking into how the wrong one got sent. what ever happens the cost should come out of my pocket
I meant that the seller didn't ask the right questions, not you!
Also like Clifford and others said it may not be actually the wrong engine, just not the EXACT same as what came out of it.
More info would be helpful and pics too! (it could be as simple as National Power Supply paying your mechanic a couple hundred bucks to "relocate some things")
I was not implying that this was in anyway your fault.
And with a little more info we can probably as a group come up with some useful suggestions to get you up and on the road much quicker than 10 weeks!
(If I remember correctly Don Fairchild is headed to the east coast right now for a trade show. A visit to him at the show with descriptions & pictures might just get you some answers and some fuel/labor $ could even get
National a very experienced 2 stroke man that could straighten it out in short order if possible!)