Arias Forged Flathead Ford Pistons, 4.125 Stroke
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If you are going to spend the time and money to build the flathead of your dreams, you just as well spring for Arias forged pistons. Arias forgings work great with nitrous and up to 10 psi on blown engines. They come as a set of eight and include wrist pins, locks and piston rings. They are a three ring design and work with the stock 7" rod length. Stock flathead bore size was 3.188"
Each piston set includes:
- (8) Forged Aluminum Pistons
- (8) Wrist Pins w/ Locks
- (8) Cast Ring Sets
- 3.375 is Garage Sale clearance
Comp. Height - 1.374"
- Piston Ring Design: 3-Ring
- Piston Ring Dimensions: 3/32" x 3/32" x 5/32"
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