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unless you've done it before, i suggest you leave it to a pro. there's a lot of little tricks that they know about stroking a motor than we do. also you're going to need all the special machines used to mill. deck, bore, and hone the block. my advice is buy the block assembled by somebody like dss racing or coast high performance and just build the rest of the motor yourself. good luck on whatever you decide. :D
 
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