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Old 04-14-2009, 12:08 PM   #1
scprs
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Default CP pistons in a ej255

Ok so im undergoing my hybrid build and have all the supporting mods. I just have one main question.

I have a brand new oem 05 sti ej255 block and orginially wasnt planning on messing internally and have a conservitive tune with many supporting mods. However would like to go more power in the future and found great deal on CP forged pistons standard bore.

Im going to get new piston rings but would like to know can these just drop right in, in an untouched block? I may add these came out of a crawford s2 block and IAG was holding them for the seller. So they are in great condition.



Only helpful input

thanks ahead of time
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