Pictures are taken before the final finish mill on the deck surface. Building this to eventually replace the already very impressive turbocharged stock 2.0L in my spider. Done by CNCWerx in New Hampshire, a process called Cylinder Support System. Basically the sleeves are installed with a sealant, a lip is machined around the inside of the block and the outside of the sleeves, a perfect fit ring is CNC machined then pressed in, and at the end the deck is milled flat just enough to clean up the surface (not pictured yet). The goal is 400+bhp with a larger turbo, cams, lower comp forged pistons, and some forged h beam rods. It has been said before that maintaining the head gasket seal is the most difficult part of building a high power Nord, due to the liners moving. This should cure that problem. If anyone is interested you can contact Jeff at Cylinder Support System. I am not affiliated with CSS, but I am very impressed with his work and happy that he was able to take on the project, as his usual work revolves mostly around high power Honda engines. Feel free to ask any questions.