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It is very important that all the heads had the same amount of material taken off, or at least the ones on the same side of the motor are the same. There is not a lot of material on cis piston to remove, some , but not much. Did the shop do any machining to the cylinders? This could of got messed up too.
If this shop is "reputable" like you say, I think they should fix the clearance problem. Henry from Supertec had a good point on a recent thread when he said everyone will make a mistake, but what is important is how they deal with it. Well that is close to what he said anyway.

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