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    Full Bore

    I blew up my 717 in my spx this weekend. I was looking around online for a top end kit and came across a company called Full Bore. www.fullboreonline.com/ I was just wondering is anyone here has ever done any business with them and what kind of quality they provide. Any feedback would be appreciated.


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    I have a 787 engine in my 96 GTX that i did i top end rebuild on just last winter and have used it since may and i mean really pushed it and it runs great no problems at all

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    I've talked to them on the phone -never had any work done by them - but they seem very nice and knowledgeable. I would call and judge for yourself.

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    I have had many top ends done through them. Great company and great service! Dan does great work and is always willing to go the extra mile to get you sorted out.

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    thanks did you send your cylinders in to them to

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    used them numerous times. cylinders are there now...

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    I have used them a couple times, very happy with their work and the prices are great.

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    Why'd it blow up?

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    I have been waiting almost a year to get my engine back from them, I was origionally quoted 6-8 weeks.

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