Not all machine shops are the same just as not all engine builds are the same. When selecting a machine shop, the engine builder should consider the things that are most important.
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If you are looking for a quick turnaround time, a close machine shop that has less of a backlog is probably a better selection or deserves more consideration in the selection process.
A machine shop that has less of a backlog in work deserves a little more investigation. Don’t automatically assume that a shop that is less busy than others in the local area does bad work. The shop may be newer and has not built its reputation yet. Finally, Most machine shops do very little advertising and rely on word of mouth advertising between racers to help their business.