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    Lunati Forged Pistons any feedback on them.They will be used in a N/A 482ci chevy.

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    I have them in my blown 468.
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    they are good pistons. i think the pistons were a joint venture between Bill Taylor and Joe Lunati that began before Holley bought Lunati.

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    Holley no longer owns Lunati. An investor group bought the Lunati Division of Holley here not too long ago. One of the principal investors in this group is the owner of Comp Cams. The way I hear it, Lunati will remain, for the forseeable future, a company unto itself as the Comp Cams owner is just one of several investors.

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    Pistons are now made by another well known pistons company and I would say that they are a nice piece.
    Chris Straub
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    3HP is an A$$ Whooping!!! JW

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    I'm partial to Polydyne in TX. They will order custom slugs from JE, Wiseco, etc, add coatings, and sell them at a very attractive price to the consumer (less than retail). I've done two sets that way and have been very satisfied.

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    Thanks guys

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