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Mach1Man
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From: Europe / Switzerland
Registered: Oct 2006

posted 10-23-2006 12:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mach1Man        Reply w/Quote
Hi all

I am looking for hypereutectic flat top pistons for my 69er 351W 4V Mach1.
The main problem with the 69/70 351W blocks is the deck height 9,48. Therefore I need pistons with the original compression height 1,739. Most of the manufacturers produce pistons with 1,769 (for 71 up blocks) or low compression pistons with 1,719 :-(

Can anyone tell me a good address for buy pistons with original measures

Thanks

Mach1Man (Alfred)

SkinnyMan
Gearhead

Posts: 916
From: Tupelo, MS - USA (CA temporarily)
Registered: Jan 2005

posted 10-24-2006 12:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for SkinnyMan        Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mach1Man:
Hi allI am looking for hypereutectic flat top pistons for my 69er 351W 4V Mach1.
The main problem with the 69/70 351W blocks is the deck height 9,48. Therefore I need pistons with the original compression height 1,739. Most of the manufacturers produce pistons with 1,769 (for 71 up blocks) or low compression pistons with 1,719 :-(Can anyone tell me a good address for buy pistons with original measures

Thanks

Mach1Man (Alfred)


Alfred,

Welcome to M&M. Good site with good folks.

Have you tried the two sponsors at the top of the page? NPD is top drawer. Mustangs Plus is good too.

Also, the "MoneyMaker" man is a good connection.

You will like it here. No bashing, lots of help.

I've put my '69 together with lots of help from four countries and 3 continents (Well, make that 3.5 continents - I'll give the Phillipines a .5 for being close to Australia)

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SkinnyMan
Tupelo, MS

Thank you, Thank you very much!

SteveLaRiviere
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Registered: May 99

posted 10-24-2006 07:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SteveLaRiviere        Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by SkinnyMan:
You will like it here. No bashing, lots of help.

Oh yeah? You should see my thumb.

NPD I believe only carries stock pistons, Mustangs Plus carries high performance ones, and of course Alex at Moneymaker Racing can give you all sorts of options and great tech advice too. His email is [email protected]

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