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Old 10-05-2009, 08:06 AM
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67 327 275hp "mm code" engine

Is anyone aware of a manufacturer for forged dish pistons for a 327 that don't have the 1/16 rings? I just got a great donor block and crank/rods, and want to build a mild blower engine for the street ,using my b+m 162 blower. The only listing I can find is for a 5.8 in. rod, I really want to use the stock rods (reconditioned with with arp bolts.)

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Old 10-05-2009, 08:47 AM
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Is this engine a small journal? if so I wouldn`t reuse the stock rods no matter what bolts they have. Small journal rods aren`t known to be very stout.
I haven`t had much luck either on a piston your looking for. But keep in mind, it also depends on what cc head you plan to use, if you use a 76cc head you can run a flat top piston and have the compression ratio low enough for a blower. I`ve seen aftermarket heads with bigger chambers that would fit the bill nicely.
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yes this is a small journal engine, I'm not planning on a wild combo, this is for a streetrod. probably never see excess of 6psi boost, and 4500 rpm.
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