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frasertag



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PostSubject: Low Compression Pistons   Fri 16 Mar - 7:49

Hi

I live in Australia and am rebuilding my L200 TRXX EF-XL

I needed new pistons and used some normal compression ones


Ones on left I tried, they blew holes in the top, ones on the left are what came out.

The block has been bored to 68.50mm
So I am in need of low compression TURBO .50mm oversized to suit the EF Block

Any help greatly appreciated.


Ive read there is the possibility of using a 73mm 2E Piston, does anyone have photos? part numbers? do the gudgen pin or conrods need to change?
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PostSubject: Re: Low Compression Pistons   Fri 16 Mar - 15:31

First of all mate,
this is what they've been telling me,"go introduce urself in newbie section before making any post" but i'm still a newbie though..

about the specific size we need to wait for oldtimer dragger..
but for sure people here in Malaysia usually use 2E/4E piston

tips : read turbo/supercharge section..it help

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PostSubject: Re: Low Compression Pistons   Tue 27 Mar - 14:26

.wow.....awesome...try find it in the manual i think they do tell about the exact size piston and all.sorry im not an old timer just a suggestion...damn im speaking london...wakakak.....im just saying u know....
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PostSubject: Re: Low Compression Pistons   Wed 28 Mar - 3:43

bro...try 2e piston.....i am now using 2e piston at my 660t block...already 3 years still no prob...hehe...use those L200 conrod back...just replace those std piston only...but make sure use 2e Turbo ..not 2e na....

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PostSubject: Re: Low Compression Pistons   Wed 28 Mar - 3:48

bro can you intro urself at newbies .....tq
http://compactmotorsports.yoo7.com/f21-introduction-for-newbies

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PostSubject: Re: Low Compression Pistons   Wed 28 Mar - 3:52

AboyTheVirus wrote:
First of all mate,
this is what they've been telling me,"go introduce urself in newbie section before making any post" but i'm still a newbie though..

about the specific size we need to wait for oldtimer dragger..
but for sure people here in Malaysia usually use 2E/4E piston

tips : read turbo/supercharge section..it help


ahaha ur right..hehe..try browse turbo/supercharged segment..lot of tip n tricks hehe...

by the way...66ot max piston size is 2e piston..73mm ....4e cannot fit..only can use at 1000t blok...

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