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Many of these aftermarket iron sleeves present their own share of cooling problems as hot spots can develop in places where there is no coolant flow – specifically, between the alloy block and iron sleeve that’s been pressed in.

But then we heard about a small contract machine shop in Southern California that came up with an innovative solution – instead of pressing iron sleeves into an aluminum sleeve, why not remove the aluminum sleeve altogether and install an entirely brand-new internal structure? You may not have heard the shop that does this work to Honda blocks – they’re called Golden Eagle Manufacturing.

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I am sending my block there soon. I'll let ya'll know what's up
 

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I believe the question was answerewd in the thread and link. block guards are cheaper, but total resleving with "butressed" or reinforced sleeves is the better way.
 
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