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    JE Piston Tech

    I am a Tech at JE Pistons and can help with any piston related issues or questions.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE curtisreed's Avatar
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    That's awesome, glad to have you here.

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    Re: JE Piston Tech

    Quote Originally Posted by ARUSSELL
    I am a Tech at JE Pistons and can help with any piston related issues or questions.
    Have a set of pistons I cant figure out what brand they are , maybe you can help me here.
    They are 4.560 bore for 555 # on piston 6243A6 is this your # or no ?
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    That part number 6243A6 is not one of mine but sounds like a Wisco part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARUSSELL
    That part number 6243A6 is not one of mine but sounds like a Wisco part.
    thank you
    David Lanning
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    Hi,

    I am building a 632 ci BBC N/A 14:1. Whats the difference between SRP and JE?
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    The SRP pistons are designed to be a sportsman level piston, where the JE is a full competion piece. The SRP is made out of a different alloy that is not as strong as the JE. The JE parts have more machining processes for a shelf part and have the ablity to be custom built to your application.

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    I am putting together a 460 SB2 head engine in a 9.5 AL Dart block. Our current thinking with the 4.25 stroke is to use a 6.3 rod with a 1.075 pin height (give or take depending on final deck measurement). Will that be the best to use for stability, wear, and reliability? Or should we look at a different rod length/pin height?
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    The SB2 head is a little trickey due to the fact the intake valve relif is pushed so far twards the edge of the piston. I would reccomend a little shorted rod like a 6.250 or even better a 6.200 to give more compression height and better ring placement.

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    Re: JE Piston Tech

    [quote="ARUSSELL"]I am a Tech at JE Pistons and can help with any piston related issues or questions.[/quote

    What about a -50cc dish on 1.100" CH? 4.125 bore. Running an Aluminum rod. :?:

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