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Not too long ago I remember a thread where someone said that were
able to get 40 over pistons for the 2gen Isuzu V6 (2000 +).

Is that true? WYT Any info links would be great I would like to read about it.
 

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For the 3.2, they show pistons at .020, .040 and .050.
 

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timrkopi said:
Not too long ago I remember a thread where someone said that were
able to get 40 over pistons for the 2gen Isuzu V6 (2000 +).

Is that true? WYT Any info links would be great I would like to read about it.
40,S ARE EASY TO FIND, AS LONG AS THEY A RE A GOOD BRAND, I HAVE THE NPR PISTONS IN STOCK , SAME MANU AS ORIG EQUIPT,

I WOULD NOT RECC, GOING ANY THING OVER THAT , THE CENTER OF THE PISTONS SPACING ARE GETTING AWFUL CLOSE TOGETHER AND YOU WILL HAVE SEALING PROB, GOING OUT THAT FAR , AND IF EVER NEED BE YOUR DONE WITH A 40 OVER , IF THE WALLS ARENT TORN UP AND YOU JUST NEED PISTONS GO WITH A 20 OVER AND IT WILL BE LIKE NEW , JERRY
 

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With the 40 over what would be the resulting displacement for and existing:
3.2
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3.5

As of now this is just a curiosity. Is the investment worth the extra power?? I dont know.
 

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A simple formula you can use to figure CID is:

Bore * Bore * Stroke * .7854 * (number of cylinders).

Because, quite naturally, a circle is 78.54% of a square.

Couldn't figure out how to enter an equation here, and couldn't bring myself to say "Bore, Squared". Maybe one of you guys who enter equations onto a keyboard all day will write that up in the proper form for me.
 
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