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    Default JE pistons?

    does anyone here have any good/bad experence with JE pistons?

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    I'll tell you in about 6-9 months =).
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    JE's seem to be the best bang for the buck pistons. i've checked a few other brands and they seem to cost a great deal more.

    EDIT: rage2 what engine are you putting JE's into?
    Last edited by 2000impreza; 05-23-2002 at 08:19 AM.

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    The 944's getting a big bore job.
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    Originally posted by rage2
    The 944's getting a big bore job.
    getting or got?

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    I am going to use JEs for the GSR.

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    Getting. 2.8L stroker kit's blew up, I've hit the limits of 2.5L, so now it's time to try the 2.9L big bore with an extensively modified block (grouting, flat deck, etc).

    See here for description and pics of the job.
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    Originally posted by rage2
    Getting. 2.8L stroker kit's blew up, I've hit the limits of 2.5L, so now it's time to try the 2.9L big bore with an extensively modified block (grouting, flat deck, etc).

    See here for description and pics of the job.
    ahhh mo money mo problems....

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    i have a stock subaru 2.5L bottom end block to work with. don't know if i'll do any mods to the block. with low compression forged pistons and rods it should be able to handle 300hp. anyone know how to split a subaru boxer engine?

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