Hi everyone, Working on my 206 Dino 2-liter 135B000 engine, I'm stuck. I've ordered from Superformance quite a batch of new parts (crankshaft, bearings, pistons, liners, con-rods) - everything nominal, and now the machine shop got confused. On top of that we cannot find the information anywhere. The new liners has interference fit with the block of around 0,04” (0,1mm), which in the shop opinion is way to much, even for wet liners without the seal rings. I would really appreciate if someone will share the information: 1) What should be the interference fit (or outside diameter) of stock liner? In short - how much bigger the diameter of the liner should be than the hole in the block? 2) As it's no seal ring liner, what should be the fit procedure? Heating the block and freezing the liner? 3) The liner should be mounted with zero protrusion (so no sticking out of the block), or there should be some value? 4) Maybe someone could share the mounting procedure? Thanks in advance, because we are blind here.