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    these guys are the best. They had my block machined and rods resized in two days. Gordy, Jimmy, Paul P., Paul H., and Temo have been extremely helpful.

    Their machine work is beautiful and Gordy came through in a pinch and scored me bearings last saturday so i could get my short block together.

    thanks guys!

    and thanks to the Steve Brule and the B1 crew for the loaner tools and advice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    these guys are the best. They had my block machined and rods resized in two days. Gordy, Jimmy, Paul P., Paul H., and Temo have been extremely helpful.

    Their machine work is beautiful and Gordy came through in a pinch and scored me bearings last saturday so i could get my short block together.

    thanks guys!

    and thanks to the B1 crew for the loaner tools and advice.

    Looks nice but I think someones pen exploded on your piston.
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    PP is without regard one of the best and most knowledgable people I have ever had the honor of talking to !! Tom

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    Lookin' good Mike! Will there be a midnight thrash to get it ready for Ming??
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaceFace View Post
    Lookin' good Mike! Will there be a midnight thrash to get it ready for Ming??
    if there wasn't a thrash session i wouldn't know how to act come raceday. lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    if there wasn't a thrash session i wouldn't know how to act come raceday. lol

    Don't forget to check the thrust BEFORE you torque the mains down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelinmyveins82 View Post
    Don't forget to check the thrust BEFORE you torque the mains down.
    lmfao!

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    if the harmonic balancer is too tight and needs to be opened up dont worry just ram it on there. it will take some crank with it when it comes off but its all good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelinmyveins82 View Post
    Don't forget to check the thrust BEFORE you torque the mains down.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post


    Here we go

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post


    nice one buzzard.

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    as Chris would say, "my work here is done"

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    Do they just build racing motors? Do you know if they work on Fords?

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    Are you assembling this motor?

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