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Small Block Chevy Block Pressure Test

See how John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine checks out a high performance SBC for pin hole leaks in the cylinder bores. www.Engine-Machining.com


 


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Testing Engine Vacuum on the Simtester
John's at it again, this time he's explaining how engine vacuum is measured on his Simtester. www.Engine-Machining.com





Porsche 911 Engine Case Cleaning
Come along and see what John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine is up to today as he demonstrates how he cleans a magnesium 911 engine case. www.Engine-Machining.com





240 Volvo Cylinder Head Repair
Follow along as John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine repairs a damaged Volvo cylinder head. www.Engine-Machining.com





Subaru SVX Middle Piston Pin Installation
John gives you an inside look at how he installs the middle piston pin on the Subaru SVX flat-6 engine at Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine. www.engine-machining.com (949) 631-6376





Ridge Ream Small Block Chevy -- Prepare for Piston Ring Installation
How to remove ridge for installation of new piston rings.





Chevy Short Block Sim Test
This a Sim Test of a SBC without the heads. Some customers Like to put their own heads on. About the only thing one can check here is oil pressure, and to make sure everything is moving correctly. This customer was a nickle & dimer. This short block, I believe was for a dirt track car; The customer didn't even want main studs. It's kind of cool to see the pistons move here.





Fiat 128 X1/9 Billet Crank and Rods
Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine is proud to announce the introduction of their new billet stroker crankshaft and H-beam connecting rods for the Fiat 128, X1/9, Ritmo, Strada, and Punto w/SOHC engines. Now you can install premium race quality parts to make your Fiat really hot. www.Engine-Machining.com





Broken Stud Removal Techniques.mp4
Watch as John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine demonstrates how to remove a broken stud. (949) 631-6376





BMW Cylinder Head Pressure Test
Watch how John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine pressure tests a BMW cylinder head. (949) 631-6376 Be sure to "Click" and SUBSCRIBE.





Subaru Flywheel lightening and Balancing
Watch John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine as he lightens and balances a brand new Subaru flywheel on the Sunnen DCB 750 balancer. www.engine-machining.com 949-631-6376





Cam Bearing Installation on a Ford FE Block
John Edwards demonstrates how to install cam bearings in a 428 Ford engine for a Shelby GT500K @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine, call (949) 631-6376 for more info. www.engine-machining.com





Connecting Rod Balancing
See how connecting rods are balanced by John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D, www.engine-machining.com 949-631-6376





Small Block Chevy 434 Race motor 763HP
We used a Dart Block completly machined by www.mesabalancing.com the cylinder heads were hand ported along with the intake and we tailored the ignition curve and carburator on the Dyno using sunoco 112 fuel.





Cutting Chevy Crank Keyway for Blower Drive
This times it's a BBC that John is machining a 1/4" keyway into a stroker crank so that a blower drive can be installed, watch as he performs this task @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine. www.engine-machining.com (949) 631-6376





LSX Block Clearancing for Stroke Crank
John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive clearances a Chevy LSX blcok for a stroker crank on the milling machine. (949) 631-6376 www.engine-machining.com




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