As far as In know, they don't actually build anything, they just market other people's products.
You'd be better off buying directly from a builder in my opinion.
Coast/Probe seems to have a strong small block program going.
Your misinformation is pretty poor on this one.
First, if you're going to make derogatory comments about me/my business please at least have your facts straight.
We do 100% of our machine work IN HOUSE. We are fully equipped for everything except crank grinding on site. This includes late model CNC equipment to include both a Rottler F65 CNC mill and a Haas Horizontal CNC Machining center. Further, I do not have a machinist with less than 20 years of experience and we exclusively do high performance work. This includes all of our block work, balancing and assembly on said customer's 331.
To add irony to your statement Coast High doesn't machine any of their blocks in house. Mark and co are personal friends of mine, they're a piston manufacturing company, and I've visited them numerous times. So for you to come on here and make the statement that we do not do any of our machine work in house, and that a "real" builder would make a better source, only to recommend a source that doesn't machine them in house, is pretty misinformed.
We've all generally gotten along on this site in the past, was there something I've done to rub you wrong?