Wiseco Pistons and Oil Squirters
05-15-2012, 12:02 AM
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Wiseco Pistons and Oil Squirters
I'm hoping someone on here has had this specific experience before and can help me out. I'm currently putting together a new motor for my race car with a smallport block and Wiseco high comp pistons - 4age if that wasn't already obvious. The block has been bored and decked for the new pistons and I am about ready to assemble the motor.

However, last night I had a horrible thought about the oil squirters possibly getting in the way of the skirt of the pistons near the bottom of the stroke. The motor has been dummy assembled but without the oil squirters unfortunately. I dropped a piston down one of the bores with a squirter bolted up and my measurements suggest that the piston may indeed contact the oil squirter. My measuring tools left a little to be desired so I cannot be sure though.

Has anyone come across this issue before? Is there anyone running Wiseco pistons with oil squirters without notching them to clear?

Any insight would be much appreciated.
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