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Old 03-13-2012, 06:53 PM
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Jester, I agree that if this was a DD grocery getter that he could probably get by OK by working around the sand pocket/inclusion deal (and both you guys gave good advice), but you can't know what you don't know, since he just now mentioned this is going to be raced somehow. Just don't want you thinking I was being an ***.

I didn't think that at all cobalt, But I should have guessed when he said he had the balancing done!

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I stuck it in a CK10 n punched it .030 n redone the valves,heads n lined bored it n gave it back to him,he put it in a 78 Camaro for his son


Florence: ???? I myself have no Idea of what you wrote means or pertains to on this thread /You have to elaborate a little more please!!

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Man this is gettin out o hand n changes by the minute
If this is a race engine dont do what I said,or youll be runnin over your own parts
I didnt know what u meant by 'power outers" either , I now see u meant power adders.
Good tranlation by Jester
And what is the quote I made about the CK10 all about?
That makes no sense! to me
Anyway nobody still knows if its a race engine or not
I think he got some very good advice here,I know at least me n Jester have done this before on street motors!
And I guess I really cant assume that "a season" means a racing season,after all some people north dont run their hotrods in the winter anyway
It would be nice if the OP would clarify this
So I guess at this point everybody was right and everybody was wrong!
Man what a world!
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I stuck it in a CK10 n punched it .030 n redone the valves,heads n lined bored it n gave it back to him,he put it in a 78 Camaro for his son
What????
weirdest post I ever seen!
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Old 03-13-2012, 09:34 PM
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What????
weirdest post I ever seen!
Makes me laugh!
This pos is a spammer- hit "quote" like you were going to respond to his (its?) post, and you'll see the tracking gizmo it's using to spy/spam or whatever you want to call it.

BTW, I reported this as spam already but no one's removed it. He has several more spammer posts.
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Florence: ???? I myself have no Idea of what you wrote means or pertains to on this thread /You have to elaborate a little more please!! Jester
When a new member comes in copy/pasting other peoples posts like this guy, they're spammers putting out feelers. Florence's I.P. is from "CHINA, GUANGDONG, CHAOYANG", he has not idea what he means, and won't elaborate....he's banned.
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ok, im gonna try and clear a few things up, i have read and considered your opinions. i cant do qoutes for some reason so i dont have names to respond to.
the pic that was posted didnt have a finish hone done. i ashure you there is a proper cross hatch on it now. as to the question of weather or not the engine will be raced, this will be going in a show car, there will be some street raceing stop light to stop light or stop light jumping as some call it, but will not be seeing the track. as for the mechanist in question i did do some checking with another mechanist and did decide to go with a different one, and he aldo stated that it would be ok for a season of what i plan to do with it, and yes i live up north so a season would only be max 4-6 months. he also stated to disassemble the heads and check for damage to check for damage. and also stated the worst thing that could happen would be to mess up the cylinder wich in all rights needs to be be bored or re sleeved. the old machenist did work for nascar at one point has has credentials to prove it. but due to the price and shifty practices i decided to go somewhere else. as for the molly ring thing, that was a pure dip**** move on my part not to reasearch this when he stated it before i posted. and thanks for the schooling. eather way im going to put the engine together and see what happens. its 50/50 on what will happen i figure that i cant really do much raceing any how due to break in times on the rings and bearings. so im hopeing that this clears some things up. and im still open to advice
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oh and i am sorry for the confusion about the power adders thing, i dont beleive in them. so i guess im not up on the terminology. i beleive in old school mods to make your car fast. not bolt on hp. sorry if this might offend anyone im just restoreing a vintage car and im sticking with old school practices with the modern advantages of reliability.
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oh and i am sorry for the confusion about the power adders thing, i dont beleive in them. so i guess im not up on the terminology. i beleive in old school mods to make your car fast. not bolt on hp. sorry if this might offend anyone im just restoreing a vintage car and im sticking with old school practices with the modern advantages of reliability.
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Old skools cool

I build old skool : Jester
No "power outers" just kidding...
No power adders for me either,Im old school too!
Blowers n turbos ok but no nitrous for me!
And I guess real nitro if running a fuel class.
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ok, im gonna try and clear a few things up, i have read and considered your opinions. i cant do qoutes for some reason so i dont have names to respond to.
the pic that was posted didnt have a finish hone done. i ashure you there is a proper cross hatch on it now. as to the question of weather or not the engine will be raced, this will be going in a show car, there will be some street raceing stop light to stop light or stop light jumping as some call it, but will not be seeing the track. as for the mechanist in question i did do some checking with another mechanist and did decide to go with a different one, and he aldo stated that it would be ok for a season of what i plan to do with it, and yes i live up north so a season would only be max 4-6 months. he also stated to disassemble the heads and check for damage to check for damage. and also stated the worst thing that could happen would be to mess up the cylinder wich in all rights needs to be be bored or re sleeved. the old machenist did work for nascar at one point has has credentials to prove it. but due to the price and shifty practices i decided to go somewhere else. as for the molly ring thing, that was a pure dip**** move on my part not to reasearch this when he stated it before i posted. and thanks for the schooling. eather way im going to put the engine together and see what happens. its 50/50 on what will happen i figure that i cant really do much raceing any how due to break in times on the rings and bearings. so im hopeing that this clears some things up. and im still open to advice
No harm/no foul. Considering how it will be used, there's no harm I can see in running it w/the inclusion, other than the chance it could use a little oil/smoke a touch and there could be a chance of detonation in that cylinder if tuned on the edge.

So IMHO if you take it easy on the tune and don't run it hard, I see no other problems.
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No harm/no foul. Considering how it will be used, there's no harm I can see in running it w/the inclusion, other than the chance it could use a little oil/smoke a touch and there could be a chance of detonation in that cylinder if tuned on the edge.

So IMHO if you take it easy on the tune and don't run it hard, I see no other problems.
just talked to my new machenest today, while dropping off some parts. he noticed the damage to the number one cylinder, and said that it is not a inclusion that it was caused by rust. he said that running it in any way wouldnt harm anything. said that i wouldnt even notice a problem probly wouldnt even smoke or burn any oil. and also said that there is other blocks that are running power adders with the same thing with no problems, althou sleeving it would probly be the only way to completly get rid of it.
just thought that id post what i found out.
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