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Old 04-11-2010, 01:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

I bought a set of pistons to rebuild my 390, but decided to go a different route with the engine (basically stroke it). So here I have a brand new set of pistons for it. They are for a standard bore size, rings not included. I'm asking $90 for the set. I'll work out shipping costs for whoever is interested.

Here are the specs from the site I bought them from:



FMC-H395P

Set of 8 Brand New in the box - Speed Pro (Sealed Power) Pistons. 360 390 FE Ford all.
Part #H395P - set of 8 in clean new box -
These pistons are for street and light performance applications.
Hypereutectic pistons.

Piston specs: Compression@.030 bore
9.91:1 w/68cc heads
10:1 w/67.1cc heads
9.62:1 w/71cc heads
9.36:1 w/74cc heads

Flat top with 4 valve reliefs
For stock stroke crank
1.759 compr. distance
Deck clearance .031
For press fit or full float rods
Skirt clearance .0010
Std.

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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

Are they standard 4.05 more or are they +.030 and fit a 4.08 bore?
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

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Are they standard 4.05 more or are they +.030 and fit a 4.08 bore?
They're standard 4.05. Too small to fit a 4.080 bore, I think... I don't know if you can get rings that will seal a std piston in a .030 overbore.
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

Let me pull a head on my 390 and check the bore today or tomorrow. If I am std bore I'll buy them from you

It's just going to be a 4V re-ring and hone job for the Fairlane 390.
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

Sounds good.
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

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Let me pull a head on my 390 and check the bore today or tomorrow. If I am std bore I'll buy them from you
It's just going to be a 4V re-ring and hone job for the Fairlane 390.
Hey FE. I still have some rings if you stay at 4.05 bore.
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

I didn't get to the head today, but I've been thinking... The pistons are, if not oversized, going to be fine... I mean unless it was majorly overheated all I'm going to need is a re ring kit... And I already have the gaskets...
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

Bump. Still have the pistons, still trying to sell them. $90.
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Still haven't taken head off the 390.... Maybe it's a 352... oh boy...

Good luck man!
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Re: 390 FE brand new Sealed Power hypereutectic pistons

Bump

still trying to sell these pistons. I'm starting to think I'd get more money selling them individually on eBay as "piston-shaped paperweights". What do you think? 15 bucks each? Ha!
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