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Harley Davidson Twin Cam, 101.85 Bore, Dome, Set of 2
Please Allow Approximately 3 Weeks Or Less for Shipping
Piston Set, 2618, Dome, 4.010 Bore, 1.265 CD, 0.927 Pin Dia, Set of 2.
As the leader in forged racing pistons, JE Pistons has been at the forefront of V-Twin and Harley-Davidson piston performance for decades, with over 75 years of experience. JE’s carefully developed line of V-Twin pistons is engineered, forged and machined 100% in the USA and are designed for each specific engine and use application to provide the ultimate combination of durability and performance. From fun and powerful cruisers to all-out V-Twin drag racing, JE Pistons’ performance is proven with every handful of throttle. Equip your bike with the best in forged pistons.
- Forged in the USA using 2618 aluminum, yielding high tensile strength needed for high-demand performance applications
- Designed specifically for each engine and use application to provide optimized performance durability
- Proprietary Forged Side Relief (FSR) forging design minimizes friction and power loss with reduced skirt width and saves additional weight with a shorter wrist pin
- Includes high-quality wrist pins, locks, and JE Pro Seal premium piston rings
- Made 100% in the USA
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5115 Low Carbon Steel, Case Hardened
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Instructions: Enter a value in the un-shaded boxes below as they pertain to your engine.
Note: For pistons BELOW the block @ TDC – value in box must be a NEGATIVE number (-0.000)
Note: For pistons ABOVE the block @ TDC – value in box must be a POSITIVE number (0.000)
Note: For a DISH piston – value in box must be a NEGATIVE number (-0.0)
Note: For a DOME piston – value in box must be a POSITIVE number (0.0)
Note: Manipulate the DOME/DISH & PISTON to DECK volumes to get the ratio you want.