Ok, so I think I've got a little piston slap going on in the passenger side of the engine. It's not terrible and goes away after the car is warmed up, but if I nail the gas, it will burn oil like mad. So my guess is that the rings are bad, but I'm not a mechanic. I will be stripping the motor down in the next few weeks anyways and was thinking about possibly having the cylinder/cylinders re-honed and/or re-bored as to fix the slap and hopefully the excessive oil burn (I will be buying new rings too). I'm hoping that just getting it re-honed will do the trick as I want to keep the stock pistons. Is this a good idea or what should I do? I will be changing the stock heads to GT40P's so my compression may go up a bit and I'm worried it may progress the slapping. I don't think it will cost too much to get the machine work done as I will just bring the block in if I decide to do it. I just am no professional, so what should I do?