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Old 12-07-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Forged internals

Hi guys could use a lil help. I want to run a forged piston with the stock bore of 4.065 and a longer stroke of 4.000 with a forged crank and rods. this will be with the sts twin turbo set up i just wanted to know how many psi i could run and if i should use a diffrent piston
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What is the compression ratio with said pistons?
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64cc/9.3 66cc/9.1 72cc/8.8
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i want reliability with as much psi i can run safe
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You can run a whole lot of boost with forged internals and low compression. I'd worry more about the rest of the car and the pilot of said car. The engine, if built right and tuned right, won't be a problem at 20psi.
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You can run a whole lot of boost with forged internals and low compression. I'd worry more about the rest of the car and the pilot of said car. The engine, if built right and tuned right, won't be a problem at 20psi.
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