Small Block Chevy 23 Degree Standard Dome
Smooth flow for optimum flame travel. Valve reliefs accomodate oversized valves and high lift cams. Works with angle-milled heads. JE 51S series wristpins (130g) and double spiral locks included. 1/16, 1/16, 3/16'' ring groves.
Specs: Dome vol. 13cc, Compression Ratio: 58cc - 14.5:1; 64cc - 12.8:1; 76cc - 11.2:1. 1.250'' C/H, 6.000'' Rod, 3.500'' Stroke. 8/pkg.
15.3:1 with 58cc head
14.1:1 with 64cc head
12:1 with 76cc head
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Ford 302 Inverted Dome: These pistons are designed to be compatible with forced induction and nitrous applications. The valve reliefs are machined to accommodate larger valves and long duration, tight lobe separation cams.
Note: Pistons sets are sold 8 per package except for Buick V6.
Are the rings and pins included?
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