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Anyone know of a good machine shop in the jacksonville area? I have been looking and have came up completely empty.

Would it just be worth shipping the bottom end? I need it matched to a set of 75.5 vitaras.
 

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"Precision Machine" is the only shop that I hear good things about. They are very professional and doesn't discriminate against Honda/Import owners like most shops will.

H&M totally raped Tw34k's Z6 when the bored it, so they did a quickie job re-sleeving one cylinder and the cylinder actually came loose in the liner during break-in. This in turn destroyed the engine and turbo with all sorts of shavings and such.

Tachyon has no clue what they are doing with a Honda, or probably any engine for that matter.
 

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"Precision Machine" is the only shop that I hear good things about. They are very professional and doesn't discriminate against Honda/Import owners like most shops will.

H&M totally raped Tw34k's Z6 when the bored it, so they did a quickie job re-sleeving one cylinder and the cylinder actually came loose in the liner during break-in. This in turn destroyed the engine and turbo with all sorts of shavings and such.

Tachyon has no clue what they are doing with a Honda, or probably any engine for that matter.
This and Stan mizell is a lazy asshole douche who held on to one of my engines for over a month for a simple bore and hottank, never would call me or return my calls or give me an estimated price then slapped me with a $400+ Bill when I told him I was coming to get my shit after a long heated conversation on the phone.

Precision Machine is the only professional machine shop in jax I have ever seen.
 

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I contacted precision and the total will be ~$350 after taxes for:
Bore to match 75.5mm pistons + Hone
Decking the block
Hot tanking

Also he mentioned something about a special coating on the inside of the cylinder walls for ~$70. What is this he is talking about?
 
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