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- First Name: Frank
- Last Name: van Ekeren
- Location: Rosedale Vic Australia
No, if you still have a std bore I doubt a .010" re-bore would clean it up, I've even had to take std's up to .060" at times to get a good finish.
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- First Name: Erik
- Last Name: Barrett
- Location: Auburn, Ca.
Get a set of .030 pistons and have a competent machine shop bore and hone it. These blocks can go .060” and beyond. If you are worried about the longevity of a block that is .010” oversized at 90 years old you must be expecting to live to be 400.
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- First Name: Jeff
- Last Name: Humble
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Lorenzo, as you know the usual vendors only go up to .08, but if I remember some prevoius discussions, there may be more size options if you contact the manufacturers directly. Egge is one.