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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by colormebad » Wed Aug 25, 2010 4:08 pm

Your a joke straight out of a comic book! Your fussin just like a woman & that leads us to just take this to the jerry springer show... :lol:

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by CNC BLOCKS » Wed Aug 25, 2010 4:56 pm

colormebad wrote:Your a joke straight out of a comic book! Your fussin just like a woman & that leads us to just take this to the jerry springer show... :lol:
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by colormebad » Wed Aug 25, 2010 5:31 pm

I just uploaded this video to youtube not long ago' doing a little prime & checking out the oiling system on my on setup....I guess you will say this drill im using is turning the wrong direction & not enough RPM cause i didn't have to have a line hone done on the block after going from bolts to studs...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFlpAXEa ... ure=search :D

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by af2 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 6:43 pm

colormebad wrote:I just uploaded this video to youtube not long ago' doing a little prime & checking out the oiling system on my on setup....I guess you will say this drill im using is turning the wrong direction & not enough RPM cause i didn't have to have a line hone done on the block after going from bolts to studs...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFlpAXEa ... ure=search :D

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What does priming have to do with line honing? #-o
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by CNC BLOCKS » Wed Aug 25, 2010 6:54 pm

af2 wrote:
colormebad wrote:I just uploaded this video to youtube not long ago' doing a little prime & checking out the oiling system on my on setup....I guess you will say this drill im using is turning the wrong direction & not enough RPM cause i didn't have to have a line hone done on the block after going from bolts to studs...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFlpAXEa ... ure=search :D

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What does priming have to do with line honing? #-o
WOW priming an engine, I guess he is the only one that primes an engine :lol: :lol: Probably his first engine or its some one eleses vidieo =D> =D>
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by colormebad » Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:11 pm

I tell you what i what! I will post another video later in my shop in front of the new engine/in my car im putting together & i will hold a sign up with ur name on it saying line hone queen.... :P
ps: maby i will bring down a few bullet friends later on to talk some smack with ya also... :D

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by af2 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:13 pm

colormebad wrote:
ps: maby i will bring down a few bullet friends later on to talk some smack with ya also... :D

I now know who this is lol [-X
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by Keith Morganstein » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:15 pm

Once upon a time this was a serious forum for serious discussion. Started by a very respected NASCAR engine builder. It discussion among professionals that have spent their whole lives trying to be the best they could at building and improving engines. There were also some very smart non-professionals that contributed in a thoughtful way. Along with that were interested, respectful and enthusiastic racers / hot-rodders that asked questions and everyone tried to help them. (For free, on their own time, during their breaks, etc...). Now come the wise guys that just want to pi$$ in the sandbox. What a shame.
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by MadBill » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:20 pm

AMEN! #-o
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by needforspeed66gt » Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:42 pm

Keith Morganstein wrote:Once upon a time this was a serious forum for serious discussion. Started by a very respected NASCAR engine builder. It discussion among professionals that have spent their whole lives trying to be the best they could at building and improving engines. There were also some very smart non-professionals that contributed in a thoughtful way. Along with that were interested, respectful and enthusiastic racers / hot-rodders that asked questions and everyone tried to help them. (For free, on their own time, during their breaks, etc...). Now come the wise guys that just want to pi$$ in the sandbox. What a shame.

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by af2 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:27 pm

+3
Thanks Keith for bringing this out. It has been a trend in the last year.
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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by robert1 » Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:27 pm

X10

I kinda thought about making a thread about this but I thought it was maybe just me.

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by trmnatr » Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:48 pm

CNC BLOCKS wrote:
af2 wrote:
colormebad wrote:I just uploaded this video to youtube not long ago' doing a little prime & checking out the oiling system on my on setup....I guess you will say this drill im using is turning the wrong direction & not enough RPM cause i didn't have to have a line hone done on the block after going from bolts to studs...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFlpAXEa ... ure=search :D

Did I miss something?
What does priming have to do with line honing? #-o
WOW priming an engine, I guess he is the only one that primes an engine :lol: :lol: Probably his first engine or its some one eleses vidieo =D> =D>
Carl, You know my opinion on $hit like this however I have to agree he is a phucking a$$hole.

I guess we can count that Dart block as #1 and #199 when he has to rebuild them everytime

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by colormebad » Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:52 pm

We all know who the one person in here is ' that wants to act like hes god and better than anyone else at what he does...I came in here and was saying what i know 100% about the line hone's i have seen and he starts on me...I have seen in lots & lots of forums where he does this to lots of people...Here below is 1 instance....From 1 of many forums he always starts with every new person....Here below is what im talking about..


Yes there is a point to this Carl takes stuff from one form to a different form and cuts it down. He could just as easy do it to any one here on TC. We post our pictures and questions with the hope people would enjoy it/them and get some feed back from them. Not copy the pictures and run to a different form and cut it down. Behind our back. Not with so much as a PM, or hey Mike some thing don't look right. Can I talk to you about it. He's a machinist/supplier and I'm a consumer.

Oh did I say I didn't bring up this subject on this thread. Carl brought it up. Not I.




ps: I have better things to do than argue with this freak wana be....I can tell you right now boy! You want ever be better than me....Back to the other forums that treat people with respect and dont try and act like they better than everyone else.....Later..... 8)

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Re: main bolt to stud, line hone?

Post by Kevin Johnson » Thu Aug 26, 2010 5:14 am

So,

Does anyone have any experience or remember differences between fretting issues with blocks that had studs installed when new versus used blocks that had bolts previously ? It sounds like an experiment that would be cool to set up with some fleet engines.

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