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Old 04-22-2009, 11:12 PM
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I was just wandering if or what type of other makes ya'll have that have a 74mm piston if so let me know I need # only and cheap..
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:13 PM
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Need only 3 pistons..sry
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Old 04-22-2009, 11:17 PM
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Sry I was not sure if to put under wanted
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:15 PM
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Not sure exactly what the specs you're looking for but the 84-87 civic 1.5 D series aka EW series used 74mm bore... why not bore over 1mm and have access to a bigger variety?
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Well because I'm using a suzuki 1.0 3cylinder block and I plan on boosting so I feel the walls will be to thin..
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hey geofartface your an idiot. even if you do turbo that hunk oif ---- what will it run 17's in the quarter
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[QUOTE=txdohczc;1268221]hey geofartface your an idiot. even if you do turbo that hunk oif ---- what will it run [B] 17 mintues before it blows up?[B] [QUOTE]
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Old 04-28-2009, 07:25 PM
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Well **** in stock trim the 3cylinder runs 18.2 in a 1/4 mile and some of the other turbod 3cylinders are running in the low 15s..
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:29 PM
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EW1 aka d15a1 pistons should be super cheap, if not free

depending on the cc volume of your cyl head, they ought to give you a drop in compression if that is what you're after. IIRC the pistons make ~9.3:1 with <28cc head, can't recall but it is down there.

The pistons should easily, with good tuning, be safe for 120+ hp
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Originally Posted by zakats View Post
EW1 aka d15a1 pistons should be super cheap, if not free

depending on the cc volume of your cyl head, they ought to give you a drop in compression if that is what you're after. IIRC the pistons make ~9.3:1 with <28cc head, can't recall but it is down there.

The pistons should easily, with good tuning, be safe for 120+ hp
that is if they fit on the rod. thats a pretty important thing everyone keeps for getting
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