Keith Black KB217.030 5.205 Ford 2300 Hypereutectic Pistons .030 Over
2.3 Ford Inline Four, Flat Top w/ 2 valve reliefs Piston Style, 3.126" Stroke
- Features a T6, heat treated, hypereutectic aluminum construction
- Engineered to offer reduced scuffing and improved durability
- They also allow you to run tighter clearances which makes more power
- Available in 030 and 040 oversize to better for your application
- Pistons have a flat top design with 2 valve reliefs
Keith Black hypereutectic pistons are T-6 heat treated and offer reduced scuffing and improved durability. They also allow you to run tighter clearances which makes more power.
Available in .030" and .040" oversizes (stock 3.78" bore x 3.126" stroke). Use ring Style C. Pins included.
Ring Style Chart (GIF)
Item DetailsC/R 60cc: 9.1, C/R 64cc: 8.7
Piston Weight: 542 g
Rod Length: 5.205
NotesThe end gap for a gas unrestricted top ring is 0.0065" per inch of bore the second is 0.004" per inch of bore.
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