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CC identification on these pistons. chevy small block

hello,
ive searched the part numbers on these pistons and came up with squat.
the numbers are
pr 10025 on one side
and KB726 030 on the other

i know the 030 = .030 over piston, but i need to find out the cc's of this piston before trying to use them.

i have a set of fuelie heads i may run... i believe they are 64 cc heads

the top of the pistons sit in the hole 0.004" at TDC
any help is much appreciated!


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hello,
ive searched the part numbers on these pistons and came up with squat.
the numbers are
pr 10025 on one side
and KB726 030 on the other

i know the 030 = .030 over piston, but i need to find out the cc's of this piston before trying to use them.

i have a set of fuelie heads i may run... i believe they are 64 cc heads

the top of the pistons sit in the hole 0.004" at TDC
any help is much appreciated!
As your Keith Black p/n 726 piston appears in the KB catalog:


COMPRESSION RATIO CALCULATORS

Static CR (there are others):
SCR calculator

Dynamic CR:
Kelly DCR calculator
Wallace Racing DCR calculator
KB/Silvolite DCR calculator

Various calculators:
Calculators from Wallace Racing
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Moved thread???

curious as to why this thread was moved.
is this not an engine question?
so confused.
please tell me so that i can place future threads in the correct place.
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