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Best Source for JE Pistons

I know that this has been discussed in the past, but unfortunately it's impossible to do a search on "JE" since Pelican's search engine doesn't allow 2 letter combinations -- only 3 or more.

So where is the best place to buy a set of 85 mm JE race pistons? Looking through their web site they don't list any Porsche products. I know that almost all of the Porshe engine builders sells them, like Supertec and EBS. I've got a question into JE right now also.

Without giving away competitive information, what are the ball-park prices for a set of 6?

Thanks!
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EBS has great prices and good service
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You are looking around $800-900/set
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Re: Best Source for JE Pistons

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I know that this has been discussed in the past, but unfortunately it's impossible to do a search on "JE" since Pelican's search engine doesn't allow 2 letter combinations -- only 3 or more.

So where is the best place to buy a set of 85 mm JE race pistons? Looking through their web site they don't list any Porsche products. I know that almost all of the Porshe engine builders sells them, like Supertec and EBS. I've got a question into JE right now also.

Without giving away competitive information, what are the ball-park prices for a set of 6?

Thanks!
I called EBS, just in case my starting problem is Ps amd Cs compression. But this to replace my current pistons. I believe it was around 995.00 for the pistons, plus then I'd need to have my Cs rebored. Fine service for other products I've ordered.

Also, they have a website.
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For two letter searches try using the wild card (i.e. je*) for a third letter. Include another term or two to avoid calling up every thread with the word jeff, jello, etc.

Search using je* pistons
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