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G15 pistons

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Looking for info regarding new G15 pistons. Any ideas? Pat
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Re: G15 pistons

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Are you going oversize or standard bore?
Either way, my engine builder advised me to re-sleeve the block and bore it to accept the standard pistons, which were quite serviceable.
It was a cheaper option to replacing the pistons :idea:
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Re: G15 pistons

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.020 over, not going to re-use the existing pistons. Pat
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Dann at Rallye told me that they use this company in Australia for 1500 pistons with good results, back in 2014.
JP Engineering Products" <pistons@iweb.net.au>
"Nornda Automotive" <pistons@ihug.com.au>
<pistons@portal.net.au>

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Re: G15 pistons

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Thanks Steve. Pat