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Old 10-14-2014, 09:16 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by BYprodriver View Post
Piston pin height is the simplest term. When you are "stroking" a engine for max swept area volume & thus max displacement you install a crankshaft with longer "throws". Porsche did this in 2002 with the new 3.6L engine. To offset the additional length of the crank stroke the 3.6L has shorter rods & revised pin height pistons.
In the OP's case the pin height will be off & the piston valve pockets & dome will be a different design. This is one of the reasons LN designed the new pistons for this application.
deleted -- had my logic backwards
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