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PR3 pistons+boost??

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Rdog, May 10, 2012.

  1. Rdog

    Rdog New Member

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    I've got to put new pistons in. I wanna put something in that will work N/A for now and possibly run low boost later on. I have PR3 pistons right now. Should I put the same thing back in?? Thanks
     
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    ^^^thats why i need new pistons... any way I can downsize that image so its easier to see the whole thing?
     
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    Magana559 The Warden

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    Use Oem GSR or LS pistons if you want, But your problem is detonation!
    Tune that shit or find a new tunner.
     
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    Okay thanks for your input. I don't doubt that detonation is my problem as i have never got her tuned.
     
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    FLounder power hungry VIP

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    yes stock pistons are ok for boost, just dont get greedy. and for the love of god, always get it tuned.
     
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    Magana559 The Warden

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    dude I have seen cracked ringlands and melted pistons but never a missing piece!
     
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    well it wasn't missing. it was completly intact untill it got pulled then i pulled it off of the piston. the rings did a good job of keeping it intact.
     
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