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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-11-2008, 05:59 PM Thread Starter
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time for piston when??

right now i have 1584 mil. and 158.9 hr. on same piston runs good but will it run better ????

THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEONE FASTER

BUT ONLY A FEW CAN FLY

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TURBO I was wanting to know the samething I don't want mine to blow up?
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It would run better if you bumped the compression and ported the head......but with 150+ hours i think i would change it for peace of mind. Go with a 11:1 cp with the dlc wrist pin from benchmark Everyone I know that drives like you, me and any other lead foot has blown up or replAced by 90 hours



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the pro shop uses custom made pistons, talk to john about them.

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yes i talked to john the costum piston will work great with the other mods he has done so far

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it is not just the piston itself that has the issue, it is the pin in the rod that causes alot of these problems due to gaulling the inner small end of the rod, then it siezes and bang.

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