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Sealed Power Cast Pistons Big Block Chevy 402 4.185 in. Bore (+.060)

844-402P60


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Cast Pistons Big Block Chevy 402 4.185 in. Bore (+.060)
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$302.99
Cast Pistons
  • Big Block Chevy 402
  • 4.185 in. Bore (+.060)
  • Crowned, w/ valve reliefs
  • Ring Groves: 5/64, 5/64, 3/16 in.
  • Set of 8
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 02/10/23
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    With this work with a 820 bbc head

    Asked by: 1rigger70
    The Sealed Power 402P60 piston is made for a stock GM 400- and 402-cylinder head and combustion chamber. Sealed Power would not have this information if it will work with a 802 BBC cylinder head.
    Answered by: DRiV Team
    Date published: 2023-01-25
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