Trick Flow® Forged Pistons TFS-51404010

Pistons, Forged, Dish, 4.030 in. Bore, Ford, Set of 8

Part Number:
TFS-51404010
Part Type:
UPC:
842645110795
Bore (in):
4.030 in.
Bore (mm):
102.362mm
Piston Style:
Dish, with no valve reliefs
Piston Material:
Forged aluminum
Compression Height (in):
1.610 in.
Piston Head Volume (cc):
+18.50cc
Wrist Pin Style:
Press-fit or floating
Pin Lock Rings Included:
Yes
Wrist Pin Included:
Yes
Pin Diameter (in):
0.912 in.
Piston Ring Thickness:
1/16 in. x 1/16 in. x 3/16 in.
Piston Rings Included:
No
Quantity:
Sold as a set of 8.
Notes:
Specifically designed for the valve angles of the TFS Twisted Wedge SBF 514 head.

Trick Flow® forged pistons are specifically designed to work with Trick Flow® Twisted Wedge® and Track Heat® cylinder heads for Chevrolet and Ford engines. These fully skirted, lightweight pistons are precision-machined from premium 4032 aluminum alloy. They perfectly match the unique chamber and valve angles of the Twisted Wedge® heads, making them ideal for more serious engine buildups.

Warranty

Warnings

Due to the multiple variables possible with any engine combination, all compression ratios listed are approximate. To accurately calculate the static compression ratio of any engine, the following values must be known: Bore diameter, stroke length, rod length, deck height, combustion chamber volume, cylinder head gasket compressed thickness, and cylinder head gasket bore diameter.


Documentation

Documentation: Instructions, charts, guides and technical information for part number TFS-51404010


Applications

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Make: FORD

Beginning Year: 1968

Ending Year: 1995

Engine Type: V8

Engine Size: 5.0L/302

Engine Family: Ford small block Windsor

Engine Stroke: Stock

Rod Length: 5.090 in.

Stroke: 3.000 in.

Make: FORD

Beginning Year: 1969

Ending Year: 1997

Engine Type: V8

Engine Size: 5.8L/351

Engine Family: Ford small block Windsor

Engine Stroke: Stroker

Rod Length: 5.955 in.

Stroke: 3.850 in.

Application Notes: Designed to fit stroker engine applications.


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