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    L76 Building for LSA

    I have an L76 that I am building for an LSA swap. I want to build a forged 370 by going .030 over on the stock bore. Will this hold up to boost and if so how much will be safe? Thank you for any help provided.

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    Common practice is to only take 0.005-0.010 out of the aluminum blocks to clean them up. The Iron blocks can handle up to 0.040 (if sonic checked) and still be strong enough for moderate boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackball60 View Post
    I have an L76 that I am building for an LSA swap. I want to build a forged 370 by going .030 over on the stock bore. Will this hold up to boost and if so how much will be safe? Thank you for any help provided.
    Experience is what you get when you didn't get what you expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fitz View Post
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