You can see the small chamfer we use at the tops of the cylinders to "encourage" the rings to go into the cylinders. If the chamfer is excessive, the recess it creates under the head will trap large numbers of hydro-carbons and degrade the combustion efficiency. The small "lines" you see are tiny shiny spots left by the dial-bore gauge when measuring the cylinder ID's.


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