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L92-LS3 piston options

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Old 01-09-2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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Default L92-LS3 piston options

I bought an L92 engine that had low compression in one cylinder. The previous owner had a procharger on and for lack of tuning, broke a piston. Aside from a little bit of marks in the combustion chamber, there are a few scratches in that cylinder and to make it right it should be bored out.

I don't want to spend a pile of money on rods and pistons, I searched online and everyone seems to sell pistons for longer rods. I would like a piston that works with the stock rod but is at least 0.020" oversized, a bit more compression wouldn't hurt either. I don't plan on running nitrous or boosting with this engine, does anyone have any ideas for what is available?
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:28 PM   #2
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Crap, posted in external instead of internal engine. Can someone move this, thanks
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