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Old 02-26-2018, 09:03 AM   #1
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Default SOS Rebuilding my ej257 *Ringland Failure*

I got ringland failure in my 2013 Sti and Iím wondering on what to do. I just pulled the motor yesterday and took it apart and found out the ringland on cylinder 4 was toast. The car right now is at 353awhp & 387tq on e85 with bolt ons. I want it to stay like this for at least another year. So my question is do I just put new forged piston heads in and leave stock rods? Or just put oem parts back in it and call it a day?
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