Originally Posted by CNC BLOCKS NE
Interest you say coatly affair HMM
If a block is sent to us we sonic test first, clean and mag, line hone, deck, bore and plate hone, light hone on the lifter bores and stroker clearance if its going to be a stroker and final wash that runs 595.00
And what do you consider costly affair??
Having a guy bring his block to a shop and bore it, Them have either the guy drag it back home to fit everything up or have the shop do is going to cost alot of extra money. as most shops get 70 dollars an hour.
Does that price include measuring the stroke on 4 throws on a used, reground crank? I'm not sure it was index ground or stroke corrected.
---And I have 8 rods, 2 are Oliver and 2 Carrillo and 4 Manley. They are all supposed to be 6".
---And I have 8 pistons, 2 are SRP and 6 are JE.
---Its already been balanced, but I want the deck height to be 0.000, +0.000, -0.001