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How much honing would it take to get out a cylinder wall scratch, just deep enough to hang a fingernail on? I have a 99 block and rotating assembly, but two cylinder walls have scratches that are straight up and down the wall, the length of the piston travel. I'm hoping to have just a small amount of honing done, and use the .25mm oversized rings that GM put out. Is this possible, or am I looking at new pistons too?
__________________ 01 Camaro SS
1967 Camaro - In progress
Don't worry about it. Unless your doing a big rebuild, don't sweat it. Run a hone and call it a day.
__________________ 2002 WS6 Twin turbo by Speed Inc. 7.22 @ 202
Best 60' 1.18 Best 1/8th 4.71 @ 160 mph
Turbo kit built by Dan @ Speed Inc.
Tuned by Jim @ Speed Inc.
Suspension and chassis by Eric @ Midwest Chassis & Performance 4 -76mm turbos for sale