Icon IC717.030 5.7 Rod Forged Flat Top Chevy 350 Pistons, 030
350 Chevy Small Block V8, Flat Top w/ 2 valve reliefs Piston Style, 3.480" Stroke
- They are fully machined with deep valve pockets
- Has diamond finished skirts and triple count spiral locks
- Will fit Chevy 350 c.i. (4.000" bore x 3.48" stroke) engines
- Manufactured from heat treated high ductility 2618 alloy aluminum
- The exclusive V-rib adds strength without adding weight but allows maximum cooling
Formerly KB Forged Pistons. Starting with 2618 alloy heat treated to high strength T-6 specifications, these give you the best value for your money. Exclusive V-rib adds strength without adding weight but allows maximum cooling.
- High ductility 2618 alloy
- Dual forced pin oiling on most applications
- Lateral gas porting on higher compression ratios
- Fully machined with deep valve pockets
- Second land accumulator grooves
- Top land mini groove technology
- Diamond finished skirts
- Triple wound spiral locks
For Chevy 350 c.i. (4.000" bore x 3.48" stroke). Use Style C rings (1/16", 1/16", 3/16").
Ring Style Chart (GIF)
Item DetailsC/R 58cc=11.2, 64cc=10.4, 76cc=9.1
Piston/Pin Weight: 634 g
Rod Length: 5.7"
- Comp Height 5.7" Rod - 1.565
- Comp Height 6.0" Rod - 1.265
- Pin Diameter - 0.9272
474-717 Instructions (PDF)
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