L24 flat top pistons compression

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Display as a link instead. That is a direct reading of the piston to valve clearance at it's closest point. I wanted to run the bigger cam with the flat top pistons and e If your piston to valve clearance is insufficient they come in contact. Point is, they are both still dished pistons so compression won't be much different to standard. Sign In Sign Up. Join the conversation You can post now and register later. The bores are different and depending on the piston head design as well the piston dish volume will be different as well. Now that I know its just a matter of timing it all,I just have to figure out how,and thats where Im stuck.

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  • I did this on my 73 because I had a block with good compression and a good N42 L24 w/N42, flat top pistons and mm gasket = I want to put a set of flat top pistons out of a L24 in an L26 block. one year, there is a difference in compression in early and late Z models.

    It has an e31 head with flat top pistons. Anybody using a flat top in an L24 is not building a 'high compression' engine by any means.
    There are more than one E88 as well Reply to this topic Running it threw my head. Define 'bigger cam' Those fitted to B's and series 1 bluebirds have a fairly decent dish in the top.

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    Stock valve lift for the A stamp cam is something close to.

    Notched pistons would add more clearance at a slight penalty of compression ratio less than.

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    I'll stick with stock bore and flat tops and then some head work and mild cam which will keep the costs down. Posted April 2, The L20 and L26 pin heights and diameters are the same so you're fine there.

    They are +20" and +30" L24 and L26 flat top pistons with valve relief's cut in.

    If you get some flat-tops this will yield compression. Go with L24 flat tops, at least.5mm over. What will be the deciding factor is compression ratio. I'd ideally like to be in the range. Can anyone. JE Custom Forged Piston Set.

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    Posted April 1, Measure the cam lobe across the highest part, and then again across the narrowest part, and subtract the two, then multiply by 1. Upload or insert images from URL. I just dont understand where my retardation of not understanding is coming from so I must apologize for that.

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    Based on other forum posts it appears that a compression ratio of around is what I should be aiming for as a weekend driver with a mild cam. The cam was a stock cam as far as it looks but could of been reground. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

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    I'm thinking your cam will be lift, and far less duration than you think you need because of the low compression you will have using stock components.

    What compression ratio is achieved with the L20 pistons?

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    I have to check still. Thanks Daretobedifferent with the calcs on compression ratios. Stock valve lift for the A stamp cam is something close to. Notched pistons would add more clearance at a slight penalty of compression ratio less than.

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    The cc for the piston is entered as a positive number on a -cc Dish or Flat top piston and a negative number on a dome piston.

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    This seems very confusing but it is. Written by Mike Magda on July 24, Automotive performance pistons are manufactured in flat-top, dome or dish In older generation engines, higher compression required mountainous piston domes to fill up the.
    I could easily rebuild both engines. I am assuming that gudgeon pin size is compatab le also.

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    If my calculations are correct, just go with the L26 flat-top pistons, your life will be so much easier. On the stock timing gear for the cam is there a chart of what the different holes do,I know theres 3 drilled in it. There are more than one E88 as well Either way Im using the flat tops,and have to choose a cam,and figure out how to time it

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    Thank you for clearing that up.

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    So to clarify the way the valves are doesnt matter if its flat top or not? Reply to this topic The timing between the valves and the piston is what keeps them from hitting, if you increase the duration or lift, then you need to check for clearance, since you have changed the timing of the system. Well under compression no matter how you slice it, not high compression by any meansmeaning again 'no big cams need apply' I've got 30 sets of replacement pistons that I have been meaning to sell.

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    1. The engine the notched pistons are out of is a mystery engine to me,It did come with a ohc valve cover tho,and the notched pistons,and the heads been ported,so im assuming the cam isnt stock. After you're set like that with 1 cylinder, rotate the crankshaft degrees, then pull it apart to measure the impressions in the thinnest part of the clay on the head of the piston.

    2. Alright,thats what I was thinking to. One engine shop is stating that they have fitted L20 pistons to achieve this.