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Speedway Plasma Moly Piston Rings, 4.00 Bore, Style A
Speedway Plasma Moly Piston Rings, 4.00 Bore, Style A

Speedway Plasma Moly Piston Rings, 4.00 Bore, Style A

Chevy Small Block V8, Ford Small Block V8, A Piston Ring Style, Conventional Piston Ring Design

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Speedway Plasma Moly Piston Rings, 4.00 Bore, Style A
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  • Three over-bore sizes to choose from
  • Plasma moly coated cast iron top and second ring material
  • 5/64" top and second ring thickness
  • 3/16" oil ring thickness
  • Sold as a set

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Piston Ring Style:
A
Piston Ring Diameter:
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Piston Ring Design:
Conventional
Top Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Second Ring Material:
Plasma Moly Coated Cast Iron
Top Ring Thickness:
5/64"
Second Ring Thickness:
5/64"
Oil Ring Thickness:
3/16"
Oil Ring Tension:
Standard Tension
Sold in Quantity:
Set
MFG. Part #:
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Speedway premium Plasma Moly piston rings work with either gas or alcohol fuels, handle 8000+ rpm, and up to 14:1 compression.

Ring Style Chart (GIF)

Notes

Speedway Piston Ring Hierarchy

  • Good - Speedway Gas Proven Series
  • Better -Speedway Moly
  • Best - Speedway Plasma Moly
  • Ultimate Race - Speedway Pro Series

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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