Icon IC734.030 Forged Chevy 383 Dished Pistons 6.0 Rod .030
383 Chevy Small Block V8, Dish Piston Style, Forged Aluminum Piston Material, 3.750" Stroke
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.
For Chevy 383 c.i. V8 (4.000" bore x 3.75" stroke). Use Style C rings (1/16", 1/16", 3/16").
- 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
- Ring style C application
Ring Style Chart (GIF)
Item DetailsWeight: 422 g
C/R 64cc: 9.6, 76cc: 8.6
Rod Length: 6.0"
- Comp Height 5.7" Rod - 1.433
- Comp Height 6.0" Rod - 1.13
- Pin Diameter - 0.9272
- Step Dish Head Tye with Effective Head Volume 18.6cc
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