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us1champ

Question For Motor Gurus

Ok so more than likely unless something changes I am going to have to bore my engine. I know that some shops use torque plates when boring/honing. My shop does not have one for hemi. They are 700 bucks and I really don't have the cash to pay for it. And let's face it if they do I will pay for it one way or the other

 

I also know for yrs people did without. SO

FOR THE MOTOR PEOPLE. Is it worth it for a street motor running a supercharger? I am not spinning it to the moon.

Just trying to get my ducks in a row.

Thanks for any advice

Chris

 

 

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I always have mine bored with plates. In fact I bought both pair my machine shop has. lol. If your in houston, I can tell you who has them. I think it's needed for anything but a stock build

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I am no engine expert, but I do know of a guy who used a local engine building shop without plates, he ended up with egg shaped cylinder walls......... that didn't turn out well.

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I am no engine expert, but I do know of a guy who used a local engine building shop without plates, he ended up with egg shaped cylinder walls......... that didn't turn out well.

My PWR motor had barrel shaped cylinders.

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