<VV> Have Worn Out 110 Block
mikeamauro at aol.com
Sat Dec 14 12:09:28 EST 2019
Per Matt Nall: "...Line-boring the Vair cases requires a lot of setup time $80+ per Hr. x 2-5 hrs???..." Question: has anyone done, or have done, this (line-bore) operation on a Corvair block; is so, what shop??? Mike Mauro
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2019 19:28:22 +0000 (UTC)
From: Michael Mauro <mikeamauro at aol.com>
To: virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: <VV> Have Worn Out 110 Block
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Rebuilding my 67 110... the problem: with a new cam, the journal clearances (specifically the one at the rear, opposite the cam gear), will exceed (by several thousands) the factory spec... the block is worn out.??
Looking to Purchase... 1) a NOS block (I know, good luck with that, but I DID find a NOS FC block, several years back); or, a good used block (verified, by mic, that the cam bearing openings are near factory spec).?As an option, need to split the block, surface, and have line-bored... Question: has anyone done, or have done, this (line-bore) operation on a Corvair block???
Thanks in advance... Mike Mauro?
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