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Shibby the bowl is larger but it is not as deep as the stock pistons I think it will cc out about the same
Oh I didn't know you were up by Garrett, I'll take your word for it. The lighter color as opposed to the sooted up stocker makes it tough to tell.
2001 QCLB 3500 Dually 4X4, Stock, FOR SALE 8000 OBO
2003 QCLB 2500 640 HP / 1125 ft/lbs SOLD!
Friends don't let friends buy VP trucks....
Parts for sale Van Aken SmartBox, 03-05 Banks 6Gun, TST PMCR w/R37 remote also have another full one w/R49. Parting out 08 3500.
We'll see, I didn't melt the stock pistons. I don't plan on making this a huge HP truck either, mainly towing.
Have many people had any luck with less meltage with the high-temp coatings?
We've seen coatings save a couple of motors. One customer got bad fuel and ran nearly 300 miles on toasted injectors (pulling crazy heavy). Scoped the pistons when swapping out the injectors and everything looked great.
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