Originally Posted by CNC BLOCKS NE
We have a gauge for checkeing the stroke which takes about 2 minutes or less to check.
We have a fixture for checking rod lenth as well.
CH is not the hard to check either.
With all those mismatched parts looks like you have been blowing up some engines. And I can see why
Sometimes its hard to make chicken soup out of chicken ****.
We don't use reground cranks in our performance builds!! Or missed matched rods or pistons.
No matter what you going to dek the block to the longest rod and highest CH
If you using JE pistons and they have a 1.250 CH you may want to check the CH of the SRP pistons most of those are 1.260 CH
So if I want you to deck my block, I have to buy a new crank, new pistons and new rods? I guess thats the difference between a hotrod engine and a racing engine.