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which low compression pistons are better arias or

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by brasilianstreet, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. brasilianstreet

    brasilianstreet Senior Member

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    im doing ls-vtec boost and i got Si head ls block and si tranny jdm hydro and i need some good pistons that will last and hld more hp . which one will hold more hp! and last longer?
     
  2. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Arias or what? You didn't post the second choice. Most high end (big name) piston manufacturers are fine for forged pistons.
     
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    brasilianstreet Senior Member

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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    wiseco, probe, and CP take the top spots
    JE, SRP, are middle of the line
    arias, are further down the line, but still much better than a stock cast piston
     
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    Slo86GT Super Moderator

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    SRP is the LOWER model of the JE line.

    JE, CP, Wiseco/Endyne, Probe, Arias and Ross are the top dawgs in the import world. I can't wait for Lunati, Venolia, and a few other top dogs in the domestic world step up to the plate with this...

    Venolia = teh siht. ;)

    SRP is better than stock, but not by much, which is my personal opinion.
     
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    B16RacerN2NR Working Hard VIP

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    ross makes some pretty good pistons
     
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    Import Builders Senior Member

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    Luckily, I have done a labratory test on every piston brand thats readily available in 84 MM turbo 9:1 area pistons.

    When i post the review, I won't make comments on whats better or what, in the review. I will do that in a seperate article.

    All tests aside. I will tell you write now Wiseco is undpisputed King, SUPREME.

    I didn't spend about a quarter million dollars buying Wiseco pistons because I didn't think its KING.

    I have my own line of the pistons, I think its so good, and I improved on the line that is already better than anything I have seen.

    Nothing like making 375+ WHP on a stock GSR block, with IB Spec Wiseco Pistons in it on the STOCK map sensor.

    stock sleeves. 10 PSI.

    You know any other pistons doing that? That isn't in a full race car?

    its proven, great, supreme. And its a GREAT value. You need pistons, I give you good price.

    Jeff
     
  8. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    I saw your new Wiseco pistons over at Intercrew today... very very nice!

    Jeff knows his pistons... buy from him, or call Intercrew and buy Jeff's stuff through Phillip.

    :lol:
     
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    MikeBergy Blah blah blah....

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    When my machine shop gives me a final quote for the bottom end of my b16, what kind of deal can you give me on a set of 85mm IBspec pistons? They will be getting wiseco, since I requested that specifically, but if you can get me a decent deal on some 11:1 or so cr pistons, I'd be more inclined to buy from a fellow board member, let me know what price you'd give me. Thanks, and sorry for the threadjacking.
     
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