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    helppp, piston disaster!

    im am currently having my engine rebuilt, i have the wossner pistons 86.5, but on standard pistons they exhaust part is on the bottom and the arrow is on the left hand side, but the new wossner ones are exhaust bottom and arrow on the top, also the groves on the top of the piston 1 side is close together and the other is far apart, anyone know which side the exhaust side is? closer or wider? cheers

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    86.5mm I hope you had the Block done with recoated again

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    86.5mm I hope you had the Block done with recoated again __________________ www.lmfva

    yes it has all been bored out and coated, and the crank has been reground, do u know which way they go?

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    stick a pic up please

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    The engine is still currently being rebuilt, butt soon at it comes i will post some pics.

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