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Old 10-25-2012, 05:34 AM   #20
kapp_badbloodz
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Originally Posted by 2011boostdwrx
Sorry Kapp, understand. Remember that all cosworth blocks, bearings, pistons etc. are all hand picked for exact tolerances. I agree with kelly I am hoping it is just a fluke thing, but I am going with an older block series that is proven itself overtime.
Lol no Cosworth, to my knowledge, has failed yet. It is the built OEM blocks that are 704 castings that are failing. I didn't say Cosworth :P

What sparked this discussion is that it was brought to my attention, that when considering a short block replacement with a built OEM block, that the newer 704 castings are failing even right on the dyno after being built by reputable shops and builders. I know of 4 total, one in my area that died on the dyno right after install. Research was conducted and it wasn't anything besides the cylinder wall.

I mentioned Cosworth because I am getting this block over the original portion of building a new OEM block. That and Cosworth stands behind their product ^_____^
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