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anyone know of a good machine shop in new york? i know flowtek does porting but do they do boring and honing to?

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anyone know of a good machine shop in new york? i know flowtek does porting but do they do boring and honing to?
Try the Yellow Pages.

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Check around, talk to race car drivers , talk to drag racers , people with street rods and etc. Call shops ask what they can and can't do.

By the way change your avatar. Its pretty hard to take you seriously with a picture like that.

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What part of new york?

* Moved thread to Project Room Forum. Added location to your thread title.

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I am familiar with Flotek, I know the guy from another forum, his name is Denny, he has a reputation for doing good work and has good prices. He is in PA, I don't know for sure if he does cylinder boring or honing, but here is a link to his website, shoot him an e-mail and ask him.

flotekperformance - Home

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