I did. We've been through that, they resized the rods when this motor was assembled. And we don't know that it's a rod bearing yet.And i get that..But it's like I said..I warned him not to use a stock rod bolt, and to definitely have all 8 rods resized. Now we got another spun rod bearing.
No, it's going to be guaranteed to run. It's going to come with a build sheet, and theyre going to put it on a dyno, run it for half an hour, and make sure that it's all right. My dad's been using these guys for many, many years with success. They won't let sht leave that isn't right, unless someone like me comes to them with a bucket of parts and says explicitly to assemble the motor and nothing else, because he cant afford to do it right.As for Collin,......He can do it. He just needs to not let money or time get in his way. Not spending the extra time and money to do a small thing cost him a lot of time and money to fix it. While paying some guy to do it might have a guaranty that it'll run, that isn't a guarantee that he wont have to tear it back apart if it doesn't.