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Honing a Low Mileage Stock Bore Block Out to Install Std. Size Forged Pistons

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Post  supervel45 November 2nd 2023, 11:45 pm

Just wondering if anybody has ever tried it and how did it work out?

I know it's Not a Proper Kind of Thing to do but, I have a really nice D9 Block with Almost No Ridge and The Wiseco Marine Flat Top Pro Through Std. Pistons are not That High and Have the Big Intake Valve Relief Stock.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/332227668586?hash=item4d5a4fea6a:g:1AIAAOSwattk0UMY&amdata=enc%3AAQAIAAAA4LUKKlKGO3XZ14XchcNVTIl3I0ygMDrPKtoJn7yFWoJqWFIzDs5YzEPKSvjUfaZic4crK6W5aytu%2Fbd6jsTPx9RgloU8OB5pEkDire5HnXxnjOAcg2komswyUyHtkQ35iBzmAGmuUZhlra008mPhxUUiKJm1On5CW9TqNjfO9zZxRZriBVtfXm7nO6G67gAURJK76Fadjz5g%2F%2FYpfER323W7TFIziYTIVI0hFYVH3QGy69qtQUl8BIoM%2BA6h%2F2z2fe%2Bj5vUCvRS162s0eJrCHFPG2tPSpQNf2lqQY04LOlrL%7Ctkp%3ABk9SR8KjvbTyYg

Below is a Set of .030" Over with the Correct Picture of the Piston from the first link.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/282840895889?hash=item41daa19191:g:tiAAAOSwnM9k34oL&amdata=enc%3AAQAIAAAA4N73gl0Y0MYz8%2FagDq9far0wbGWME6Nz%2FGOQGeTfjWZ%2FyQWH4YKylr%2FxDCDn4iK8rASquoqghheVWMV9iSpB2umi0y1fU4YEDTKQLHPelNXaUczCiyDekCqvBmkXf2EJJjkL1NIJbMQZjhcMjWMNrVsKes6XMQHjePQ1ga9GZVfXIUQoAVMi067zZWLo2hBr%2BR%2Bq8383J6u1co%2FMSgEFa2rOUrIDkz%2Bj4AhXjUifoo9TA0L6dHKir9o19UWtHXc5m%2B23lIhG55%2FBBfJmpWPxq%2BaxG1ekKMJKuFkMDOVtbw0%2F%7Ctkp%3ABFBMwqO9tPJi

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Post  supervel45 November 3rd 2023, 6:02 am

Bump

I would Also be going with H-Beam Rods if I did the Flat Tops Either Std. or .030" Over.

Any Experence or Thoughts on the Matter?

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Post  rmcomprandy November 3rd 2023, 10:25 am

supervel45 wrote:Just wondering if anybody has ever tried it and how did it work out?

I know it's Not a Proper Kind of Thing to do but, I have a really nice D9 Block with Almost No Ridge and The Wiseco Marine Flat Top Pro Through Std. Pistons are not That High and Have the Big Intake Valve Relief Stock.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/332227668586?hash=item4d5a4fea6a:g:1AIAAOSwattk0UMY&amdata=enc%3AAQAIAAAA4LUKKlKGO3XZ14XchcNVTIl3I0ygMDrPKtoJn7yFWoJqWFIzDs5YzEPKSvjUfaZic4crK6W5aytu%2Fbd6jsTPx9RgloU8OB5pEkDire5HnXxnjOAcg2komswyUyHtkQ35iBzmAGmuUZhlra008mPhxUUiKJm1On5CW9TqNjfO9zZxRZriBVtfXm7nO6G67gAURJK76Fadjz5g%2F%2FYpfER323W7TFIziYTIVI0hFYVH3QGy69qtQUl8BIoM%2BA6h%2F2z2fe%2Bj5vUCvRS162s0eJrCHFPG2tPSpQNf2lqQY04LOlrL%7Ctkp%3ABk9SR8KjvbTyYg

Below is a Set of .030" Over with the Correct Picture of the Piston from the first link.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/282840895889?hash=item41daa19191:g:tiAAAOSwnM9k34oL&amdata=enc%3AAQAIAAAA4N73gl0Y0MYz8%2FagDq9far0wbGWME6Nz%2FGOQGeTfjWZ%2FyQWH4YKylr%2FxDCDn4iK8rASquoqghheVWMV9iSpB2umi0y1fU4YEDTKQLHPelNXaUczCiyDekCqvBmkXf2EJJjkL1NIJbMQZjhcMjWMNrVsKes6XMQHjePQ1ga9GZVfXIUQoAVMi067zZWLo2hBr%2BR%2Bq8383J6u1co%2FMSgEFa2rOUrIDkz%2Bj4AhXjUifoo9TA0L6dHKir9o19UWtHXc5m%2B23lIhG55%2FBBfJmpWPxq%2BaxG1ekKMJKuFkMDOVtbw0%2F%7Ctkp%3ABFBMwqO9tPJi

Simply "ridge ream" it and "de-glaze" the cylinders if you intend to use Standard size pistons.
"Picnic table" type backyard rebuilds are done frequently if all that person intends is to have a "grocery getter" type rebuild.

Any other intended usage ... go to the next oversize.


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Post  69F100 November 4th 2023, 1:44 pm

I have on my 69 with a 351w it's 30 over I have had 2 different sets of pistons in it. When I rebuilt and changed pistons I bearly could catch a nail on the ridge. I ridge reamed it and honed it with no problems. I don't race it or anything just cruising but like Randy said it's not a ideal thing to do but if you are on a budget it will get you by


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Post  supervel45 November 4th 2023, 4:30 pm

^ I have done it also. I know, Just Like Randy Siad, a Fresh Bore is The Way to Go.

After Looking at That D9 Closer, I will Probably Skip it.

I got the Forged Pistons Nailed Down at $500 to my Door. The Rings would be another 50 to 80.

The H-Beam Rods, No Telling Plus The Balance Job, and It Add's Up Quick.

Then If You have a Problem with The Moly Rings Seating on One Cylinder it's all for Naught.Evil or Very Mad

When I do "Stuff" Like That it's with Cast Ring's and You have a Much better Chance of it working on a Street Beater, and if it does it's not that Big of an Expense Anyway.

It's Quite the DeLima at Times.

I Should Stick with Plan A, as Pump Gas is a Main Part of the Deal and Quit Dreaming of 1,200-1,500HP Budget Rig's.Cool Wink

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