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Sealed Power Hypereutectic Piston 454 with 6.135 Rod

Sealed Power H426CP
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844-H426CP

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Sealed Power Hypereutectic Piston 454 with 6.135 Rod $29.99
Hypereutectic Piston
  • 454 with 6.135 Rod
  • .100 Dome Piston with Two Valve Relief
  • 9.37 Compression Ratio with 106.9cc Cylinder Head
  • Standard Bore
  • Each

  • Sealed Power H426CP Details

    Big Block Chevy

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    H426CP

    For street, bracket racing, and oval track applications, these aluminum hypereutectic pistons feature an antifriction skirt coating that is highly resistant to scuffing and wear. They operate with tight bore clearances and work perfectly with normal ring end gaps.

    Note: All compression ratios are approximate and figured with a gasket thickness representative of those commonly used. Pistons designed for floating pin only applications include lock rings.  The ACP/DCP series pistons are designed for pressed or floating pin and do not include lock rings.

    Features:

    • Helps improve cylinder sealing for less blow-by
    • Retains standard ring gaps in top groove
    • DUROSHIELD skirt-coated piston
    • Moly-graphite coating extends engine life
    • Reduces friction for higher fuel economy
    • Prevents damage from inadequate lubrication on startup

    Installation orientation. Stamp on piston head surface up or down when looking at cylinder?

    Asked by: Echo
    The stamp would go up while looking at the cylinder.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2018-01-29

    For the H426CP what is the front? Installation orientation

    Asked by: GPPP
    This piston has valve notches, so you need to match them to the valves in each cylinder.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-11-03
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    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations