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944 2.5 engine machining
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TOPIC: 944 2.5 engine machining

944 2.5 engine machining 6 years, 11 months ago #13288

Is there a machine shop in Tucson or Phoenix that knows how to machine Alusil cylinders on our 2.5 blocks??? Thanks Ray
Last Edit: 6 years, 11 months ago by raulston. Reason: 955 to 944

Re: 944 2.5 engine machining 6 years, 1 month ago #15642

I don't believe it is possible to machine the alusil cylinders. You can polish them a little but if you are talking about machining to the next size pistons you can't do this. There is a company in Minnesota or Wisconsin that can resurface the alusil cylinders but it is very expensive. A more cost effective option is to find a block on ebay (they can be pretty cheap (less than $200 with shipping) where the cylinders are in good shape.
Steve

Re: 944 2.5 engine machining 6 years, 1 month ago #15644

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Ray,
VERY few places know how to do it, but it can be done.
Motorworks in San Diego can do it, but that is a long way from Phoenix.
There is also supposed to be someone in the LA area, but I am not sure who.
Best of Luck with it.
Chuck Sharp
San Diego, CA
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