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post #11 of 13 Old 12-11-2017, 12:55 PM
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...only if I want to start a fight on whether or not we call it squish or quench. ;)

No matter what you call it, it is super important for high performance... but if you're thinking about off-brand rings or the cheapest-solution rebuild, you really don't need to worry about something a silly as quench, right? Just get the piston as close to the deck as you dare and let the PTV sort itself out, amiright? ;)

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...only if I want to start a fight on whether or not we call it squish or quench. ;)

No matter what you call it, it is super important for high performance... but if you're thinking about off-brand rings or the cheapest-solution rebuild, you really don't need to worry about something a silly as quench, right? Just get the piston as close to the deck as you dare and let the PTV sort itself out, amiright? ;)
You are right, no need to worry about none of that non important stuff I would skip the rings all together, just make sure you flash your ecu for that..
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