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    Comparison CP, STOCK AND WOSSNER PISTONS

    I'm trying wossner pistons on this rebuild and just wanted to post some pics, Click image for larger version. 

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    Left to right cp, stock , wossner

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    What compression ratio did you go with?

    I am planning on rebuilding my bottom end this year so piston choice is definitely something I need to consider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkmike View Post
    What compression ratio did you go with?

    I am planning on rebuilding my bottom end this year so piston choice is definitely something I need to consider.
    I went with 8.5

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    Since I had my motor rebuilt, I use Wossner’s in everything now. They are less expensive than CO’s but are not inferior to them. Quality German made components that are lighter because they are machines to a better finish by removing excess casting material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davrac View Post
    Since I had my motor rebuilt, I use Wossner’s in everything now. They are less expensive than CO’s but are not inferior to them. Quality German made components that are lighter because they are machines to a better finish by removing excess casting material.

    Do Wossner make a 8:4:1 piston?


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