Thanks for the question. I don't get too many, lol. This is my first Oldsmobile, and I'm a guy who likes to do as much of my own work as possible. With that said, I need to know the "math" on this motor BEFORE I drop it off to a machine shop. An educated customer will usually get better work, and a better outcome. By knowing the math, I can check the work performed by the machine shop, and avoid surprises. This is no race motor by any means, but we all know that proper machine work is key to engine longevity. I haven't picked a shop just yet, but I have (4) reputable ones on my list. I will interview them, and pick one accordingly.All good stuff, but I have to ask...if you feel like you can't trust the machine shop why are you using them?
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