After a customer wanted a Steve Morris Engines’ SMX in an LS version, Steve saw the upside and potential in the market, and a challenge to build a better LS.
These kits allow you to add much more strength to LS blocks even at bigger bore sizes.
This sleeve makes the block much stronger than the stock aluminum using ductile iron sleeves.
Easily increase bore size or stay with the stock bore and push 40+ psi of boost.
Excellent for street or strip applications, Darton’s ductile iron MID sleeve kits offer 130,000 psi of tensile strength.
Jeff McCord at LinCo Diesel Performance walks you through the necessary steps for properly sleeving a block. It might sound like a simple process, but any errors can mean catastrophic head failure down the road.
There’s something extremely satisfying about a good sleeve job on an engine. There’s also a number of ways sleeves can be installed, so Jeff McCord of LinCo Diesel Performance shows you the way his shop does it and how it helps in high-horsepower diesel applications.
In this video, Melling’s Tech Director Cale talks about the proper procedure for installing the oil pump kit and sleeve for the 6.7L Powerstroke engine. Melling part number K567.
Once you’ve selected your sleeve, you have to make sure it’s properly installed and machined in order to put the engine back together. Steve Morris of Steve Morris Engines explains the sleeving process.
There are a few different sleeve types when it comes to repairing a block or setting up your engine for additional horsepower. Steve Morris of Steve Morris Engines discusses the different options and what he likes to do in his engine builds. This is Part 1 of a two-part video.
Engine Builder gives you an inside look at PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves’ Salem, OH manufacturing facility. See the process PowerBore uses to manufacture its sleeves and install them into an engine. For more information: PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves