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Hey, I'm new to the site. I have my motor out of my car. I'm ready to build my 426 Stroker. But I don't want to go through the hassle of shipping my motor. Anyone know of any good machine shops in Maryland. Thanks
 

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Try Precision Machine in Hyattsville. You might consider checking with HHP in Delaware. It’s not that far to go unless you live in Western MD.
 

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Thanks. I'm going to go by precision tomorrow and feel them out. If I don't like the vibe then I have to drive an hour and a half the Delaware. I'm going to push a thousand horsepower through this thing so it has to be right. I'll let you know how it goes
 

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I went to precision Friday to check the place out. It seems like a great machine shop. Its a family operations. So I drop my block off sat. He said he might have a dyno in the spring.
 

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They did my machine work for my big blocks back in the early 70’s. I was getting 8,200 rpm’s out of my 440. I have not had any work done there for decades but they sure knew how to balance a motor back then! Of course, peak horsepower was at 7,000 but I always took it on up to 8,000 in 3rd gear.
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Thats assume! And a cool pic. I'm going to see if they still have it. I'm doing the works on this motor. And I want to spin it up to 7500 and its a 426 stroker.
 

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This was my 426 that I had in the car back in the 80’s. Old school was pretty cool back then but nothing like what’s out there today.
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