United Engine Machine Ford 331ci Forged Pistons Flat Top 2V
This piston is based and intended for use on the Windsor-based 302 Small Block Ford.
- Alloy: Premium High Ductility 2618
- Bore: 4.060''
- Crankshaft Stroke: 3.250''
- Connecting Rod Length: 5.400''
- Deck Height: 8.206''
- Compression Height: 1.170''
- Pin Size: 0.927'' x 2.750''
- Pin Location: Centered
- Flat Top: +4.8cc 2 Valve Reliefs
- Intake Valve Relief: .266'' Depth / 2.120'' Diameter
- Exhaust Valve Relief: .254'' Depth / 1.880'' Diameter
- Top Landing Height: 0.220''
- Ring Grooves: 1/16'' Top; 1/16'' Middle; 3/16'' Bottom
- Compression Ratio: 11.0:1 w/54cc Heads; 10.5:1 w/58cc Heads; 9.8:1 w/64cc
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