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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
DON'T sleeve or bore a factory cylinder. It decreases the water jacket and then it runs hot. If you want a stock bore buy a factory cylinder or check with Millennium Technologies. They strip and re-plate factory cylinders. If you want a big bore cylinder get it from Cuervo with the bigger water jacket. If you go big bore you'll also need studs and a SCE head gasket.
FYI, years ago there were a rash of sleeved cylinders that after a few hours of expansion/contractions of dissimilar metals, the sleeve would slip out of position.
Have you checked your cylinder? It may be good! If you want reliability go with factory bore.
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Last edited by DEZPERADO; 06-20-2019 at 08:52 AM.