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Stroker Build - How would you do it?

Discussion in 'S30 (240Z,260Z,280Z) Engine' started by Turn & Burn, May 17, 2017.

  1. johnymd

    johnymd
    Z Club Member

    I could Jon but I feel my spike head is way too valuable to use so I’ve had a hermetically sealed in a glass display case made so I can invite people round to view this work of art.
     
  2. johnymd

    johnymd
    Z Club Member

    Do Kameari produce custom pistons? I could only see standard replacements on their site.
     
  3. bluejon

    bluejon
    Z Club Member

    I did now dig a bit more into the info I have. I can't see any reference to compression height of the Toyota pistons, just mention of a 3.1 inch stroke.
     
  4. Albrecht

    Albrecht Well-Known Forum User

  5. Turn & Burn

    Turn & Burn Forum User

    I know I’m awkward but I wanted 88mm with a low compression height! Still not seeing a good 88mm choice. You can have 87mm (high compression height) or 88.5mm (ideal comp height) which may be getting marginal on bore. I’ve not tested the block yet tho so don’t know what I’ve got to play with.
     
  6. richiep

    richiep
    Z Club Member

    You can custom order 88mm pistons from JE Pistons to the spec you want if the Kameari options don’t do it for you.

    As for bore and issues such as core shift, wall thickness, etc., there is a serious lack of imagination on the web, mainly stemming from the fact that most of the English language discussion of the topic is US-derived. E.g., just because there seems to be a lack of choice in the States with respect to engine shops capable of doing metric block sleeving (or it’s considered too expensive) doesn’t mean we have the same problem.

    89mm and up isn’t an issue when the cylinder bore is brand new with a known wall thickness...
     

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