I use a ball hone on slow speed lubed with 10-30 oil is very important to go up and down consistantly and smoothly and try not to stay at top of cly to mutch as they wear tapered so more honing at bottom of cly than top. I also putt a old gasket on top of block to protect it from scraches
Thanks for the tip Ivan. I know about the taper, and shockingly this little EA81 has almost immeasurable taper on the cylinder
Even after 200k. But I will be focusing on the bottom of the bore more-so than the top.
Do you run the bore in spinning or slide it in and then start spinning it?
PS: Part Number for the pistons is RY2666, an old Beck-Arnley number. Not sure who the pistons are officially made by yet.
Edited by Twitch de la Brat, 06 November 2013 - 11:19 AM.