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Topeka, KS Miller Precision Machine

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Topeka, KS Miller Precision Machine

Post #1 by BigBlue94 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:09 pm

Recently had my 300 rebuilt by Dustin Miller. He is the owner and only employee of Miller Precision Machine, in North Topeka, KS. He's a drag racer and can build pretty much any engine from a SBC to a big rig Cummins diesel to a turboed and sleeved 4banger. His work has even been mentioned in a few of the popular magazines.

He is not fast (read, only employee), but does quality work. He was constantly in touch and very organized. His estimate was spot on, and no gimmick charges. All processes were documented and listed out, including clearances and ring gaps.

He likes to let you buy your own parts, so he doesn't have to mark them up. Still though, I let him buy most of the small parts like pushrods, bearings, springs, etc.

I found him by searching local engine builders, and liked what he had to show. He was very meticulous, and that showed in his work. His shop was also nearly spotless, and the clean room was indeed spotless.

Unless it's a strictly racing engine, he does warrant his work.
1985 Bronco. 309ci I6, NP435, 4.56 gears, Detroit locker and tru-trac, 4" lift, and 37" swamper tires. The 309 is 9.75:1 CR with a Schneider 140H cam, 4bbl, roller rockers, larger valves, and headers.

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