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d16 piston install

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by skellagher, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. skellagher

    skellagher Elder Driver

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    how the hell do i put piston rings on right. like what position should the gap in the rings be in each cylinder? i am completely clueless as of now. can anyone help im just trying to get this y8 running again.
     
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    skellagher Elder Driver

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    i swear sometimes i find h-s useless...
     
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    thats exactly what i needed thank you
     
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    and when it refers to pin hole that is the piston-rod pin hole?
     
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    LOWLIFE Local Diesel Fanatic

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    yes

    correct termonology would be wrist pin but you got the idea already.
     
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    thanks man ill be makin a build thread soon i need more pics
     
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    just so next time you are wondering when you install piston rings having them perfectly staggered apart is not important as long as you stagger your ring then they are ok.
     
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