Posts tagged 'Theory and How To'

Stroker Survival: How Bore Length Can Make or Break Your Stroker Engine

Bore length, also known in the industry as sleeve length, is often overlooked in favor of maximum cubic inches, but in order to build a long-lasting, high-powered engine it is a major consideration. We explore sleeve length, stroke, and selecting rotating assembly components that work in harmony.
2 years ago

How to Know Which Ring Set You Need for Your Pistons

So, you have a set of pistons that you want to re-ring, but you don't which rings to order. Here, we go over the options you have for measuring your old rings or ring grooves so JE can get you the rings you need.
2 years ago

Piston Tips and Tricks: How to Install Wire Locks

Wire locks are one of the most common wrist pin locks used in today's pistons, but correct installation can be frustrating. Here, we go through important tips and tricks to ease your wire lock installation and make sure you're up and running reliably.
2 years ago