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ARP 900-2800

Ring Compressor 4.280" Bore

ARP 900-2800

070-900-2800

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ARP 900-2800 Ring Compressor 4.280" Bore $60.32
Ring Compressor
  • 4.280" Bore

  • Specifications:

    Adjustable
    No
    Piston Ring Compressor Finish
    Black anodized
    Piston Ring Compressor Material
    Aluminum
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    900-2800

    The Best Compressors on the Market Today
    ARP Ring Compressors are CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet tube material with a true radius for every bore diameter. The true radius design is far superior to conventional "tapered" devices and widely used by professional engine builders. Compressors are relieved on the bottom for wire O-rings and Type 3 anodized for long life. Bore sizes are prominently engraved in 3/4" numbers for easy identification. Standard stocking sizes range from 3.552" to 4.750" and 75mm to 95.5mm. Sold individually.

    Features
  • CNC'd from 6061-T6 billet tube material
  • True radius for each bore size
  • Relieved for O-rings
  • Anodized for lasting durability
  • Engraved bore size for quick identification
  • SAE Bore Range: 3.552" to 4.750"
  • Metric Bore Range: 75mm to 95.5mm

  • 900-2800 - ARP Ring Compressors is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best $60 I Have Ever Spent! So the first time around on the engine build for my Supercharged Austin Gasser, we had the standard old generic compression style installer. During the process we broke a Heck-Fire Rings (Heck Fire since this program thinks the actual name of these products which I bought right here on this site is profanity) when it popped out during the transition. We broke a second one a few minutes later. Had to purchase a whole new set of the rings to replace the two damaged ones. Second time around, rebuilding the motor, same pistons, same rings etc. The went in like butter. We didn't even have to tap them in. I simply pushed them with my hand right in place. Even if we never use it again, best $60 I have ever spent!
    Date published: 2017-03-09
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