|10-14-2002 07:14 AM|
L2165 are flat top? I built a 327 last year with L2166, they were .100" dome. Too much for pump gas with 64cc heads. Yours should be close, but ok.
[ October 14, 2002: Message edited by: Biggarmike ]</p>
|10-13-2002 09:12 PM|
|agearhead||8.96 with 4" bore 9.03 with +.020 9.07 with +.030 9.11 with +.040 9.18 with +.060|
|10-13-2002 07:18 PM|
|72trucker||I have a 327 bored .060 over with flat-top trw cast pistons and 64cc heads. Lots of static compresion. Ratio is about 9.6-10:1 and I did the math (the 9.6-10 range is for any minor miscalculation). SO, the compression is up there for pump fuel, which is what I use. I had a hard time with detonation/pre-ignition. I had to richen the a/f ratio and go with colder spark plugs. Good Luck....|
|10-12-2002 06:02 PM|
|johnsongrass1||The only sure way to know is take measurements and do the mth|
|10-11-2002 08:51 PM|
|bullheimer||could be. i know that flat tops are 9.2+ to 1 ona 350 with 76cc heads.76cc <img src="graemlins/crash.gif" border="0" alt="[crash]" />|
|10-11-2002 08:41 PM|
TRW 327 Pistons
I've got a set of forged TRW pistons for a 327 SBC. The TRW # is L2165. When I bought them I was told they were 9:1 with 64cc heads. I was going through a reference book (always accurate right!) and they were listed as 10:1. Anybody know a site with with specs...or even have personal knowledge about these?