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JE's for a 2.2T

My pistons and cylinders are both close to their maximum repective wear specs so I was thinking about boring my cylinders to 85mm and getting a set of pistons to match. I'm a machinist and boring the cylinders shouldn't pose any problems, but I need a ballpark on how much the pistons (like JEs) are going to cost from someone who has done something similar. If the pistons are going to set me back 1200$, I might as well wait and see if I can find a factory set of p/cs.



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Old 02-19-2006, 11:40 AM
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Check with Henry at Supertec or they guys at EBS Racing - New JE's should be around $900-1000.

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