It is a factory block. The 6.4 block is used all the time. Its common. The 6.2 is from the new stroke.
No, no its not. The block they put back in my car has a different water jacket design, weaker. Car is still on jack stands, got late. Still have to drop the oil again to run the bore scope up through the oil pan to check if they put the billet main caps on it. My back is just messed up, takes me longer to do these checks now.
The oil that came out with 9 miles on it is already pitch black and had more metal in it. The work, on paper showed that my block was supposed to be used because its is vin matched to the car.
Whipple super charger is non functional as it blew the seals. Whipple sent the parts to replace it. Pettys wants the car back at my cost. But, they have very dishonest, to include Eric Hruza. Hruza even spoke to me on the phone, begging me not to say that he was talking to me. ASked me 4 or 5 times if I was recording. It seems though, based on that conversation, I was told "Pettys knows they screwed up. They are trying to limit the cost at this point.". Whether that statement from Hruza is true or not, I dont know. I told him last night when I discovered that :
1. The picture he sent me of "your motor" was not my motor. Not even a hellcat BGE. Not even the motor that is installed in my car now.
2. The motor in the car matches with a 2011 to 2017 6.4 BGE block. Vin prefix is a JH which seems to indicate it was a 392 block. ITs not the same.
While the HC 6.2 does get plate honed. The eraly 392 BGE motors did not have the same water jacket design, I checked on that.
The car vin and motor vin are linked as well. What they sent me, its not the block that was in the car when I sent it in. IT is supposed to have been.
I told Eric Hruza he is a lying sack of sh*t. I just got off the hone with the police up that way. This could possibly be considered Theft by conversion if they can not produce my block.