350 forged flat top racing pistons

Discussion in 'Small Block Tech' started by Mike Phillips, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. ceas350

    ceas350 "THE BURNER"

    If you keep the 15cc in stock I will call my order in. Thanks:beers2:
  2. gsjohnny1

    gsjohnny1 Well-Known Member

    how much for 283 std bore size(.090 over) with a .927 wrist pin? outside the box as usual.
  3. Mike Phillips

    Mike Phillips Silver Level contributor

    Any custom piston, one set at at a time is about $800 or so with out rings
  4. gymracer01

    gymracer01 Well-Known Member

    Mike I have talked to you befoe about this. I am giving it serious thought as I have the TA roller and I think I will have to cut my current cast flat tops some to use this cam as my deck is at .000, My problem is my engine is at .040 now and I don't want to go larger and would hope that the skirt clearance would be close.

    Jim Netherland
  5. Mike Phillips

    Mike Phillips Silver Level contributor

    I may be able to get a set at a different size.
  6. ronbz455

    ronbz455 Big Butz Racing

    Wth the flat tops will you still have to cut the block .100 to get them top the top of the cylinder?
  7. Mike Phillips

    Mike Phillips Silver Level contributor

    No, they will have a 1.875 CD
  8. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut

    Which is 0.075 taller than the factory pistons I am pretty sure. And much taller than most aftermarket pistons which tend to be lower than stock.
  9. ronbz455

    ronbz455 Big Butz Racing

    How much for a set of .040?
  10. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut

    Just to give you a balpark $ we paid about $800 a set for the last run of Diamonds. VERY good quality!!!
  11. Jim Blackwood

    Jim Blackwood Well-Known Member

    I paid about $800 for my Venolias also by the time you counted in the extras. They were not slipper style though and did have thicker crowns for the blower motor. 3/4" wrist pins and custom compression height. Teflon buttons (wouldn't do that again, they are heavy.) Custom dish. Next time I'll go for slipper style.

  12. 70skylark350

    70skylark350 Jesus loves you unconditionally

    So what is the lead time on the 9.6 comp pistons? My 350 is at the machine shop now, will probably ordering pistons next week, are these available now?
  13. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    This is an old post. Mike has retired. Look at buyracingparts.com
    Scott Brown is making Pistons. Nice stuff . I’m not sure if he has them in stock so email him soon to find out wait times. Mine where about 2. Months. But they where custom pin and size
  14. 36racin

    36racin Platinum Level Contributor

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  15. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

  16. Mike Phillips

    Mike Phillips Silver Level contributor

    I am still supplying part as I was, I will get a current price on these.
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  17. 300sbb_overkill

    300sbb_overkill WWG1WGA. MAGA

    Because they raised the price on the Buick pistons, those LS AutoTec pistons would work as a base for a sbb 350 piston, would just need to change the diameter and the compression distance.

    They raised the sbb piston price because they are now having the stupid Buick .940" wristpins made which increased the price another $50! If someone wants to do a stroker with the nascar take out rods they don't need those $50 extra costing wristpins so those LS pistons are a way around not having to pay for those Buick only pins if you are not going to use them anyway.
  18. Extended Power

    Extended Power Well-Known Member

    The Autotech pistons we got custom ordered through Scott Brown were $780.00 with rings, and pins.
  19. 300sbb_overkill

    300sbb_overkill WWG1WGA. MAGA

    Was that because of the exchange rate and shipping to the Great White North?
  20. Extended Power

    Extended Power Well-Known Member

    That $780.00 was in US funds, so Tac on another 30% for us lucky Canadians.

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