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Old January 1st, 2013, 05:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Speed Daemon View Post
Already having a complete set of tools is half the battle when you're doing it yourself. My own requirements are V-8 (or greater) so I don't know anything about fixing up an I-4 car. Good luck though.
Thank you! I am planing on re-balancing the engine as well as de-glazing the cylinders,
And yes, I am fortunate enough to have 3 full tool cabinets and a 100gl air compressor with a set of air wrenches/tools.

I am only experienced on V8s as well (just three) my first complete rebuild and actually my only one was when I was helping my dad fix our '68 vette, 427ci Chevrolet engine, but that happened about 8 years ago, second most experience on has been a 3.9 liter v8 of my dads ls, then the '69 Chevrolet c10 pickups small block v8 which I have had minimal experience working on (changing out belts and clearing a carb)
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