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Dome pistons

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Dome pistons

Post by aguiar_racer » July 26th, 2018, 12:08 pm

Anyone ever use dome pistons on strokers
Mines at 4.000” bore trying to find some ford or chevy domes pistons tbat would work zero deck on block & cyl head

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Re: Dome pistons

Post by Russ Pottenger » July 26th, 2018, 9:24 pm

Why would you want to run a dome piston?

You'll be at 14.0:1 with a flat top piston.
Way more desirable to run a flat top over any dome piston.
My advice would to run a 3.970 bore piston allowing you to run a commonly available off-the-shelf head gasket.

This is a common flat top piston that I keep in stock.
That said, i'll build you anything you want : )

Shoot me a call or email if you'd like more information on my Pistons.

Russ

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