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 Post subject: 1.6l Pistons in a 1.0
PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2010 12:44 am 
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So guys, got a 1.0 that needs to see a boring bar, it needs atleast a .5mm overbore(1007cc).

So I was thinking hmm... maybe go up a whole entire 1 mm get 1020cc of displacement... :lol:

But I'm curious though, would the 8v or 16v G16 pistons yield a usable compression ratio for running N/A?

I destroyed a headgasket with 250psi(after 500km), so I'd like to keep it a bit more tame this round. Flat tops meant for a 4cylinder and no cutting them down .75mm so they poked out of the block. Sure enough it was the top of the head gasket that failed... :mrgreen:

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