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Old 08-29-2013, 09:08 AM
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Now available exclusively from CarsByCarl: Custom dual valve relief Probe 460 forged pistons at an off-the-shelf price!
These pistons are not available from any other retailer at any price. We have them in stock and ready to ship for only $499.95!

Price reduced....now only $399.95!
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These pistons include the following features:
-Ideal for street/strip pump gas performance when using SCJ, P-51, OEM, Edelbrock, TFS, ProComp, or Blue Thunder heads.
-Dual reliefs allow you to build an engine with factory heads and upgrade to SCJ/P-51 heads without changing or modifying the pistons.
-.030 and .060 overbores available
-For use with stock dimension 460 crank/rods
-15cc effective dish
----10.5:1 compression with 72cc SCJ/P-51 heads
----10.2:1 compression with 75cc D0VE/Edelbrock/TFS heads
----8.7:1 compression with 95cc D3VE/Edelbrock/ProComp heads
-1.756 compression distance
-Piston weight = 679 grams
-Forged from 4032 alloy
-Wrist pins and Spiro locks included
-Can be used in press fit or floating applications
-5/64, 5/64, 3/16 ring pack
-Made in the USA!


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You're killing me (in a good way), what is the compression height?

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You're killing me (in a good way), what is the compression height?

Such a deal!
Guess I forgot to list that.....1.756 compression distance.

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Are there enough material to make the dish deeper if needed and if so how much could be taken off ?

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Are there enough material to make the dish deeper if needed and if so how much could be taken off ?

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Nominal thickness is .350", and the existing dish is .085, netting about .265" at the thinnest point. I'm not going to say how thin a guy could make the crown, that would be up to the person doing the modifications and any failures would be their responsibility.

If you want/need a bigger dish with an SCJ relief, we have other pistons available that don't need to be modified. PM or call for details.

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Is that 10.25 cr with a 0 deck?
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Is that 10.25 cr with a 0 deck?
All compression ratio figures listed above are based on a +.030 bore, .041 gasket, and .005 below deck.


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Got mine today, awesome! Seems these would be good for a standard head too, much nicer than my old TRW dished pistons.
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Will be calling around tax time for pistons and rod combo.
BTW nice pistons
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can they be baught in a flat top version?
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can they be baught in a flat top version?
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Be sure to ask about top end kits to go along with these pistons. Custom tailored to your application.

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could I run a blower with these pistons with ether SCJ or DOVE heads?
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could I run a blower with these pistons with ether SCJ or DOVE heads?
Depends on the application, but for street and/or pump gas use they'd work well.

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