The choice in pistons on the Ebay-link is overwhelming!
They have Chevy-pistons, Chevy-pistons and wait, they also even seem to have Chevy-pistons...
Oh wait, I think I see a couple of Ford-slugs aswell...
Thats because the Chevy engines dont last that long...we have more parts waiting to get used .
HahaOriginally Posted by Blazerteam
Nothing Buick enough for me :POriginally Posted by 67rs/ss
Actually I was looking for FE ones too.
" Because your cylinder heads have to babysit an angry mob of pumping cylinders.."
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c'mon guys, you know "cheap = chevy"
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If I wanted to bore an iron 5.3 LS block out with an eye toward forced induction would you go with NEW LUNATI CHEVY LS-1 PISTONS -8CC REVERSE DOME 3.898 or NEW LUNATI CHEVY LS-6 PISTONS -14CC REVERSE DOME 3.903.
I notice they have different compression heights, does either match the stock rod compression height ? (I am crossing my fingers that the LS-1 rods do) or will I have to purchase a set of new rods.
I wonder if they come with pins.
These piston are going to cost me more than $350