1980 Evinrude 75 HP E75ERLCSA I've got my motor tore down and the block is at the machine shop getting the cylinders bored. Number 2 cylinder is going to be .040 over and the other 2 are going to be .020 over since they have some scratches that are too deep to be honed out. Blocks are $350 (which may or may not need machine work) and it's $42.50 a hole to get mine bored, so by the time I get it bored and the new pistons, the costs should be about the same. I need one new piston no matter what I do and at least one of the others has dings in it from flying wrist pin bearings. So far all my rod and main bearings look good, but I'll know more once I get them soaked down and cleaned good. I did notice some slight gaps in my reeds and was wondering if anyone had used aftermarket reeds in their motors. I see the Boyesen reeds on a lot of sites and they're not terribly expensive. Has anyone used them and if so, did they provide any benefit? While I have it tore apart, I might as well see what I can do to improve performance. Thanks!