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Blue Print Engines Tour of factory Watch the piston ring installing machine

Discussion in 'Gearheads' started by Snattlerake, Jan 24, 2021.

  1. Snattlerake

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    I have tuned on one of their 383 strokers that was in a chevy II backed up with a 5 speed stick.
    Ran very strong.
     
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    I would love to work there!

    A running engine is a living breathing thing. Those guys are creating life!
     
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    My friend David has told me a couple times when he was watching a shortblock without heads being
    ran by another engine with a transmission on it.
    Slow speed he said you could look down the cylinder (no Heads on it) and see just about nothing but an empty hole.

    The pistons were going up and down fast enough you could barely see anything in the hole.
    They purpose was to run the shortblock without heads and check oil pressure before sticking the heads and stuff on it.

    He said the operator said you thing that is cool watch this.
    He shifted the transmission into another gear and got that shortblock really spinning.

    He said it looked like an empty hole no sign of a piston at all.

    Cool stuff for sure.

    I like how they at BluePrint call it BluePrint Engines.
    Not Motor.
    :)
     
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