That's all cool until you blow the bottom end and the warranty guy says, "Oh, we see that you built the engine. That explains everything.".

The guy building his own engine is supervised pretty closely. All those guns and drivers have torque monitors built into them and every nut and bolt is torqued to the exact spec. If it doesn't the alarms go off and maintenance are called to see what is wrong. You couldn't have it any other way and have inexperienced people involved in the build. To say that you built your own engine is a pretty good stretch. You did help though and that would be a neat experience.
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