, you have to strive for what’ll work in the real world, not perfection.
And you must know the difference.
Yes I know that
As you can see , the topic title is : " Unsatisfied "
I know perfection is impossible
Here is the proof
I can say: my cylinder is 100% straight, yes I can say that and no one can check but me, but that's a lie
And I know it's good enough to pressurize the injectors, and I'm not worried about it
It's just that I sometimes have a part or two that I know are still usable, it's just that the surface isn't pretty or the bore is a bit off....
If I choose perfection then I will definitely never be able to make any engine
If I choose : " it 's fine , it doesn't matter ..." , again and again ...again.. then my machining experience , skills ... it will die
It's like the crankshaft and a few other parts..., there are some members of the forum who make it very nice, if I give it a rating , theirs would be 10 and mine would probably be 4.5.
The goal is that I have to try to get a 6, 7 or 8 and I will probably never get a 10. But I don't like 6, 7 or 8