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Old 06-23-2005, 19:54   #1 (permalink)
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Pistons Best price.

Whats a good price to be paying for a set of 0.030" over clevo pistons?

I dont need forgies, just a good quality Piston.

Was thinking like the ACL race series or similar.( have heard you guys talking about the hypertec???)

And where are you buying them from?
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Re: Pistons Best price.

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Whats a good price to be paying for a set of 0.030" over clevo pistons?

I dont need forgies, just a good quality Piston.

Was thinking like the ACL race series or similar.( have heard you guys talking about the hypertec???)

And where are you buying them from?

I am using the hypertec race series, 30 over. They seem to work fine. Cant rem price, will look when I am home.
These can be ordered from any local speed shop.
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Re: Pistons Best price.

A popular engine builder here in Perth (whose been around for many years and has built some pretty tuff speedway motors), encouraged me to use ACL Duralites.

I'm running straight gas and high comp ratio, (thanks to 302CC heads) and have no complaints after 2 years of every-day driving, (not like granny).

If you plan on using NOS, then you'll need forgies.
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