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post #1 of 5 Old 12-30-2016, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
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Gen4 squish

Does anybody know the minimum squish for a Gen4, or have you successfully set less than guidelines. Im putting Gen4 pistons in a Gen3 case & contemplating using the Gen4 Rods they are stronger but at the cost of being heavier so if the squish is markedly different to Gen3 then im gonna fit them.

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I got some other advice from a builder who quoted he runs his builds at 0.55 with the Gen4 rods & never had problems in racing, the tightest spot on these pistons are 3 & 9 O'Clock Iv done that with limiter at 13800 on the dyno within problems.
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