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Old 12-27-2003, 08:49 PM   #1
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How much to have block dipped, bored, align honed, cam bearings & freeze plugs?

Wondering what the going price was to get block ready to build.
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Old 12-27-2003, 08:53 PM   #2
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anywhere from 400-550...I dont know if theres a difference between align hone and align bore but I know align bore costs over 200$
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the machine shop I'm going w/ is about,
$120 bore and torque plate
$75 hot tank and install all new bearings (cam, etc)

I forgot the rest of the prices though
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my bill was $480 for all the above plus..
Magnaflux
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relieve block for stroker assembly
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relieve block for stroker assembly
do you mean stress relieve or do you mean clearancing for the rotating assembly?
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do you mean stress relieve or do you mean clearancing for the rotating assembly?

Clearance the bottom of the cylinder walls for the rods. The machinist wrote it up as relieve for whatever reason. I think he is canadian.
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Clearance the bottom of the cylinder walls for the rods. The machinist wrote it up as relieve for whatever reason. I think he is canadian.
ay? you better find a new machinist then
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ay? you better find a new machinist then

His verbage may be lacking ,but there is nothing wrong with his machining skills...he came highly reccomended by quite a few guys running faster than I ever will. I was going to clearance the block myself, but it was easier for me to have him do it and do the final hone after, rather than me picking up the block then taking it back after I clearanced it.
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