The Dart Small Block Chevy Little ''M'' cast iron engine block is the affordable alternative for serious small-block racers. The precision pre-machining eliminates the time and expense of ''blueprinting'' a stock block. With extra-thick cylinder walls, four-bolt nodular steel main bearing caps, and a competition oiling system, the Little ''M'' is the perfect starting point for a powerful and reliable engine for the street or the race track. Dont waste time on a questionable junkyard block or waste money on machining a ''semi-finished'' factory casting. The Little ''M'' is brand-new, fully machined and virtually ready to assemble with off-the-shelf small-block components!Features: -
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i am a bit confused about when it says Cylinder Bore as Shipped 4.115 and Cylinder Bore is 4.125. Would i have to bring it to a machine shop to get it ti finished bore?
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