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GC, You often recommend to use a fine stones from Norton in engine re building ops. Could You explain me more about this tools ? I am interested for:
-which type of Norton stone You use to stoning for alloys eg. cylinderhead
-which type of Norton stone You use for conrod cheeks
-which type oft Norton stone You use for engine block
I bought a red Norton Indian stone. It works very good with alloys, I get a very smooth (silk touch) surface, but it leaves a very delicate round scratches. I used a plenty of light machining oil.
Please give me a comprehensive respond, this is a very important part of race engine preparation.
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http://www.nortonstones.com/SIMCS8India ... Stone.aspx
will do all those things, lubricate with oil. WD40, Jizer....
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