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Old 01-11-2013, 03:15 PM
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Probe pistons flat top. How good are they?

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Probe pistons flat top. How good are they?
Premium quality pistons as far as I know.
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Very good quality. I use Probe pistons in many of my hot street/strip type motors. Best bang for the buck in BBC pistons.
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Rate 1 to 10 Probe against Ross,JE,Diamond,Wiseco.
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Ditto!

Probe is a good product.

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First used Probe srs pistons in a 454 BBC. Liked them well enough to use them in several friend's SBC engines. One set came w/a 'kit', the others were bought by my recommendation. About 100g lighter than a TRW/Speed Pro.
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