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Old 02-03-2013, 12:26 PM
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From searching online I can't find much about that casting number, but Silvolite shows a piston replacing that part number, it's either 11 or 13 cc dish piston, Silvolite's version is 1.54 compression height instead of the factory 1.56 so they would be considered "rebuilder" pistons that will give you .020" more "in the hole" or piston deck height than standard pistons. The 60 at the end of the number probably means they're .060" overbore sized.
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