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JE pistons

Hi
may someone tell me the JE refs for a set of 9.5CR (or near) diam 90 (rs 2.7) pistons ?
i've tried several times to ask JE but no answer...
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OK, so which Loctite is recommended? Is this problem common on the 2.4L motors? I am about to start assembly with new rod bolts & will use the stretch method. Thanks.
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RED Loctite. As close as you can get to actually welding the hardware together INMO.
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Philippe;
I think that these other two posts are related to another thread.

If you want JE pistons, I think that the best bet is to buy them from EBS . I got the sense that JE doesn't sell their Porsche pistons directly, but only through shops like EBS. I called EBS and they were very helpful and the prices seem fair. Try contacting them and let us know if you don't get what you want.
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