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Out of a 22R. Anyone know what piston this is, stock or higher compression? I was told they were TRD racing pistons from the guy I bought the truck from. But have found that he didn't know what was in it. Isn't there normaly a stamp somewhere if they are + .020 .030 or shuch? these don't have any.



Check out the timing cover.

 

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Are there any good deals on high compression pistons. Only found some LCE ones for $588 a set with rings. I plan on running propane and want to be at about 11.0 - 12.0. sugestions
 

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Talk to ted at http://www.engnbldr.com he helped me a bunch when my freshly rebuilt motor was not running right. He can also sell ya a set of new pistons ;)
 

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Those look like cast stockers to me.. They're cast for sure!
What happened to that motor?

It depends on which block you have (early or late) - but I've found some KB pistons for about $275 in various compressions:
http://www.22re.com/main/toy/kb.htm

I believe they are the hyper-whats-it pistons, better than cast, but not as good as forged. They may have different clearance requirements over the stockers.

What are you doing with your motor? Why not use the stockers ($<100) and cut down your head for compression?
Custom pistons are $500-$600.
 
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