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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    Ballancing

    If I have my rods resized (they are anywhere from .001 to .0015 out of round), will I need to get them reballanced if they were previously ballanced? Question # 2: How close are the Ross Pistons from the factory to being ballanced for an engine that will be turning 7200. (circle track) I ask this question because of the cost of the pistons being expensive.

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    Member JUNIOR BUILDER
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    reconing your rods will not change balance enough to worry about. changing pistons is a different story unless they weigh the same as you'r old pistons

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    Junior Member APPRENTICE
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    If you are looking for a specific weight call Ross pistons and give them the weight, and what # cylinder of your piston, they will set you up with what you need. If you need help feel free to give us a call, we carry Ross Racing Pistons. The resizing of the rods isn't very critical, unless they switched rod bolts.

    Josh
    www.actionengineering.net
    Action Engineering LLC
    Complete Machine Shop, Dyno Service, Performance Parts and Accessories
    Since 1985, Drag Racing, Circle Track, Street Rod, OEM engines.


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