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February 5th, 2016, 04:23 PM   #21
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thanks goose !

for the ring details ill just find the wiseco ringset number, we want 1 comp ring and one oil scraper

the skirt on that prox i mentioned is stupid narrow a wider one is what we want (same as oem or the jbs one) but the rod clearance etc is good

regarding the coating on top i dont think its necessary because in this engine there is a very quick build up of carbon over the crown which IMHO does about the same thing

the skirt coatings also not necessary but is worth doing

can you please confirm with him at some stage that we can get as an option in the same run of 12 the same piston without the top machined ? (for spanner and his ducati head)
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I would be happy to get one with no machining at all to the top + 1mm on the
height would be good.

Might wont two like that.

Agree the skirt needs to be large and strong.
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February 15th, 2016, 04:48 AM   #23
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Will confirm this week regarding the Spanner special. I'm going to draft a written spec proposal of the custom pistons for Wiseco's consideration. I want to be sure we are all on the same page before plunking down our hard earned cash.

Initially, I will send it to Bushy and Spanner (check you inbox's) for confirmation that I have the correct specs and special request for the Spanner specials for what we want. Then off to Wiseco. I have a huge project due Wednesday so it may have to wait until Thursday. Check your inbox's Thursday and, upon approval/correction from you guys, I'll forward to our contact at Wiseco. Sound good?
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Yes sound good thanks goose I'll post the ringset number today
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ringset number is 4103F

it contains 2 compression rings and one oil ring

just be clear we only want one compression ring groove in the piston
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I'll send you and spanner a pm of the proposed email to Wiseco by the end of this week. Gotta run to work right now.
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we have another hands up for a piston or 2 if needed to make it happen

so in total its at 10 solid plus 3 extras if needed

im ready, lets go.

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Sorry guys, I have been dropping the ball. Work went completely sideways and focus hasn't been at a premium. Got the ball back in my hands now. Let's do this. Working up email right now.
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Hi guys, Spanner and Bushy, check your inboxes. Once we vet the email. Ill send it!
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105mm piston-Group buy

Hey! Is intressrad to be in this piston purchase. Is it too late for expressions of interest?
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