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Old 08-02-2012, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by angelf0926 View Post
Got it...so one thing is for sure..I'm going to take the heads to a shop to get them ported..if they can give me a fair price on the rebuild I might just take it..if not..then I may just have to take this on myself after I've read a few books and watched some dvds..my friend is rebuilding a 350 so I might go help him out so I can get some idea of what it consists of..thanks u guys have been a great help
The assembly isn't hard as long as you have patience. But if the machine shop work is garbage your engine will be garbage, so make sure to get lots of opinions on the shops in your area before choosing one. Price shouldn't be the number one factor in choosing a place.

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