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    Boring 4tec blocks

    Who can bore a Seadoo 4tec block,no body around here wants to touch it?


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    ask BDNJ aka Brendon, he's the only one i know running a big bore setup on a 4-Tec

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    i have a set of cases getting bored right now by a friend of mine..

    what size u need to go to? need re-sleeved or just 1st size over OEM?

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    1ST O/S should do it,I have a customer breathing down my neck on this damn supercharged GTX ,the front piston broke apart and gouged the cylinder it should clear at 1st O/S.I can ship them whereever just nedd it done like now!!

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    ANYONE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wedoseadoo View Post
    ANYONE?
    Any good automotive machine shop should be able to do the job.

    I could get it done out here. But thats a long way to ship!!!
    Last edited by Nils888; 05-12-2008 at 08:06 PM.

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    I don't think most automotive machine shops can do it. To properly bore a block, you need torque plates that simulate the head, etc bolted to the engine. These "pull the block into shape", if you will.

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