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hello, would anybody possibly be able to decipher a domed trw piston w/ #s on top of 7009p ? thanks in advance, john (found in 350 sbc 5.7 rod)

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350cid Chevy forged, that is also a Speed Pro part number that is no longer in production. I can't find out any more information on them.

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hope i can help you soon.....john
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hello, would anybody possibly be able to decipher a domed trw piston w/ #s on top of 7009p ? thanks in advance, john (found in 350 sbc 5.7 rod)
These are TRW 12.5 to 1 (with the proper chamber size) forged pistons 5.7 " rod do they have a +30 on the top after the P? if so I'm looking for a few of these These are no longer made by TRW. They have a close match under the part number L2252AF I need a couple of these to complete a set.

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sorry, they are .040...thank you for the reply; with 76cc heads (iron to boot) thats still too much squeeze for me, and the 1/16 1/16 1/8 rings are probably not real good for a street application anywho....(looked @ a pic of the l2252af040 and thats it exactly)......thanks a ton...john. Was this in the fed mogul catalog?
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They are online at Summit.com John if your interested I'd probably use em if I had to Tim
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Make that Summitracing.com
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they are pressed on 5.7 gm rods w/ arp bolts. the rods are forged, but i don't see any "pink" identification. They were in a 350 71 z28 i got last fall in florida. Will let you know after this weekend...and thanks again..john
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Sounds good to me, Thanks John

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Hello All I'm Shane.

Hello, I have been reading your posts I have a full set of 8 new 7009P .040"
and also a set of 8 new arias pistons S3060 +30
If anyone is interested just drop me an email and I'll send you my phone number.
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thanks, i was thinking of a 383 kit, but will let you know asap. jc
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thanks, i was thinking of a 383 kit, but will let you know asap. jc
Dude's in Australia, it looks like. Shipping will be brutal!
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