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    Default NEW Probe SRS Forged 540 Flat Top Pistons 2 sets 4.560 & 4.600 $200 Each Complete set


    Complete set (8) pistons, with pins and locks included. They are brand new!

    These pistons use a stock bbc length rod 6.135 and 4.25 stroke crank to build a 555 or 565 cubic inch motor.

    Retail Price & Specs ----> 14464 - Chevy 540 -3.0cc Flat Top SRS Pistons

    $579 Pistons for $200 at this price If you have a 540 motor you might as well pic these up and save them in your garage for a rainy day or if you want to build an all forged budget short block go pick up a used 502 block and you could be less than $2500 into a all new forged 540+ short block.

    I will have these with me @ the Irvine Lake High Performance Swap Meet this Sunday!

    Pm Me when you're ready to pull the trigger!

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    cmon guys at this price you could give these out to your friends as ashtrays or paperweights for Christmas!

    seriously though these are great pistons for a budget 555 or 565 build and to top it all off they use a those standard set of 6.135 454 rods that have been sitting on a shelf in your garage for the last 5 years just waiting to be mated to these pistons!

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    what would the estiminated compression ratio with 110cc heads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by limited View Post
    what would the estiminated compression ratio with 110cc heads?
    With a zero deck height and an .042 compressed head gasket should be 10:1 static I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limited View Post
    what would the estiminated compression ratio with 110cc heads?

    Scroll to the bottom of this page for compression specs..... 14464 - Chevy 540 -3.0cc Flat Top SRS Pistons

    on the 093's ... 10.0-1

    on the 133's ... 10.25-1
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    Bummer, just a tad much for a pump gas/procharger set-up. was on that site but did not scroll down far enough I guess
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    These Pistons are priced WAY too low to still be here at my shop!

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    sale pending payment on the 4.600's

    Still have the 4.560's

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    check mailed ...

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    still have the 4.560 bores for some reason!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTspectra20 View Post
    still have the 4.560 bores for some reason!
    I mentioned those to someone,, will see if he forgot.

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