I had my motor torn down to a short block because of a head change and I found a few things that made me say humm,:hmmm: So I went ahead and tore it all the way down to do a thorough inspection. Since I've pulled the pistons, I'm going to replace the rings even though this motor has very few hours on it, maybe 15. My question is honing /de-glazing the cylinders, am I being stupid for not taking the block to the machine shop so they can use a torque plate and hone for new rings? I have a quality blade hone with a set of fine stone blades on it, and I just did a very light hone, maybe 8 quick strokes per hole to give a fresh surface to seat the rings, Total Seal Classic Plasma-moly rings. Now I'm second guessing myself. This is a Chevy 505 with a 671 blower. If this were a low hp street motor I was freshening up I wouldn't worry about it but??? What do the voices of experience say?