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Woodys455

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looking for a machine shop
« on: September 07, 2007, 04:13:54 PM »
Any one know of  a shop in or around Covina that is not a ripp off that does good work that can be trusted on my olds 455  anybody with some info would be great [ Attachment Invalid Or Does Not Exist ]
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beerjet

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2007, 04:56:28 PM »
Speed-o-motive . Real close to you as well . Dont have have the number close by but they are in covina . I think .

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GlassCutter

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« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2007, 07:42:09 PM »
Heh heh heh   He said Oldsmobile  mmmmmmm . . .
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Woodys455

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« Reply #3 on: September 08, 2007, 02:35:29 PM »
Speed-o-motive . Real close to you as well . Dont have have the number close by but they are in covina . I think .

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       Thanks beerjet ill look them up
Speed-o-motive . Real close to you as well . Dont have have the number close by but they are in covina . I think .

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Thanks ill look them up
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Woodys455

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« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2007, 02:42:19 PM »
Heh heh heh   He said Oldsmobile  mmmmmmm . . .
  oldsmobile is there a problem theres alot of boaters that run olds  (so whats with heh heh heh you need to stop showing your age  )
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beerjet

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« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2007, 06:26:52 PM »
  oldsmobile is there a problem theres alot of boaters that run olds  (so whats with heh heh heh you need to stop showing your age  )
He does that petafile laugh  ;D I on the other hand do the pervert laugh "GIGIDDY GIGIDDY !"

Just make sure whoever does the work knows that it's goin in a boat and the proper oiling mods need to be done . I will assume they know what to do . If everything is done properly that olds should live forever ! Good luck and keep us posted .

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GlassCutter

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« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2007, 09:06:32 PM »
That  was my Beavis & Butthead laugh. Me likey the Olds. Anybody can have a BBC.  I luv my boats and my women exotic.






Is an Olds exotic?  A BBC sure ain't.
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Heatseeker

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Re: looking for a machine shop
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2007, 11:17:35 PM »
Speed-o-motive...

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A close relative had a real lousy experience with those guys! $13k for a 14.5:1 540 and it spun the main and rod bearings right out of the box. It ran on the water for about 15 minutes and it lost oil pressure. We never even got on it. On teardown, we found that the rear main bearing installed was the wrong bearing, the oil hole in the bearing shell only slightly aligned with the oil hole in the bore. It wiped out the crank and required an align bore. After several calls and being told we installed the engine incorrectly(we dropped the engine in complete minus oil pan and the intake, right out of their shipping box!), they told us it wasn't their problem. We couldn't even get a gasket set out of them!!!

Beware of those guys!

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beerjet

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« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2007, 11:46:58 PM »
To be perfectly honest I'd beware of all machine shops since I'm sure everbody knows somebody who's had some kind horror story with some machine shop somewhere. If you were to pick a machine shop based on horror stories then I'm sure you'd be up shit creek . I dont think anyone runs a 100% satisfaction guarranteed shop.

The old saying goes . "If you do a good job , they'll tell 5 people . If you do a shitty job , they tell 10 ." Do you homework Woody , I'm sure theres more shops close by .

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Heatseeker

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« Reply #9 on: September 10, 2007, 10:23:02 AM »
To be perfectly honest I'd beware of all machine shops since I'm sure everbody knows somebody who's had some kind horror story with some machine shop somewhere. If you were to pick a machine shop based on horror stories then I'm sure you'd be up shit creek . I dont think anyone runs a 100% satisfaction guarranteed shop.

The old saying goes . "If you do a good job , they'll tell 5 people . If you do a shitty job , they tell 10 ." Do you homework Woody , I'm sure theres more shops close by .

-beerjet-

True dat, although I've had some really good luck with my most recent dealings with Performance Machine in Manteca. Quality work at reasonable prices and generally on time.

I was just following up on a promise I made to Speedomotive about letting anyone thinking of using them know what kind of treatment we got from them.  :)
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crewchief22

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« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2007, 12:45:17 PM »
I have the same relationship with a couple companies that I won't deal with any more  ;D

The only Machine shop I recommend is called Dougans Machine in Riverside (on Limonite between 15 and Van Buren Blvd).  The specialize in performance engine work (no production overhauls any more)

Dougan's Engine & Machine3
9072 Limonite Ave
Riverside, CA 92509
951-681-1961

The main thing you need to do (at any shop), is make sure everything you want done is writen down.  Don't leave it up to somebody's memory, because when something didn't get done and there is no documentation your out of luck!

I recommend go in and talk to the guys at a couple shops and pick the one that gives you the best feel (warm and fuzzy  ;D)
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Woodys455

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Re: looking for a machine shop
« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2007, 07:16:58 PM »
A close relative had a real lousy experience with those guys! $13k for a 14.5:1 540 and it spun the main and rod bearings right out of the box. It ran on the water for about 15 minutes and it lost oil pressure. We never even got on it. On teardown, we found that the rear main bearing installed was the wrong bearing, the oil hole in the bearing shell only slightly aligned with the oil hole in the bore. It wiped out the crank and required an align bore. After several calls and being told we installed the engine incorrectly(we dropped the engine in complete minus oil pan and the intake, right out of their shipping box!), they told us it wasn't their problem. We couldn't even get a gasket set out of them!!!

Beware of those guys!


  Heatsinker Thanks for the insight  im sorry to hear about your pain in the wallet  they should of stood behind there work
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Woodys455

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Re: looking for a machine shop
« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2007, 07:21:09 PM »
I have the same relationship with a couple companies that I won't deal with any more  ;D

The only Machine shop I recommend is called Dougans Machine in Riverside (on Limonite between 15 and Van Buren Blvd).  The specialize in performance engine work (no production overhauls any more)

Dougan's Engine & Machine3
9072 Limonite Ave
Riverside, CA 92509
951-681-1961

The main thing you need to do (at any shop), is make sure everything you want done is writen down.  Don't leave it up to somebody's memory, because when something didn't get done and there is no documentation your out of luck!

I recommend go in and talk to the guys at a couple shops and pick the one that gives you the best feel (warm and fuzzy  ;D)
crewcheif22  thanks for the info checking around is what im doing once again thanks
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Re: looking for a machine shop
« Reply #13 on: September 10, 2007, 09:05:32 PM »
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