2.3L Turbo Pistons?


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whatever you decide for pistons, rods, crank, ect. be sure of your final compression ratio. as the turbo will increase pressure under boost. thats what you want.... but you don't want to blow the engine after spending so much time and money building it. do some research on the proper compression ratio to run with a turbo. refer to the shop manuals for turbo charged engines with various types of fuel delivery. i.e.. fuel injection, direct injection you can run higher compression without detonating the engine.
 

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block was bored before you had pistons to match to??
 


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