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GT Engine Build

Itís been a while since I been on here, been gathering parts for the swap, have everything now and just need to build the block, I have a question to ask, I plan on going single turbo sometime next year, I am going with forged internals in this block, already removed my stock 6 bolt Crankshaft (side main cap bolts were a B****, kept stripping and rounding off so going with ARP for all my hardware since almost every bolt rounded, I have the correct bolt specs for sizing of sockets so it wasnít me being dumb and using the wrong side, there wasnít much leverage trying to break a bolt that has a head height as much as a centimeter, or a 1/2 of an inch. Anyways, my block has relatively low miles, was wondering if a hone would be required, I can post pictures but I wanted to see if itís necessary when preparing a block for power
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