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Old 17-08-2017, 11:24 PM   #1
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So after installing all my new kit and sending my car to get mapped, pistons 1 and 2 are knocking on my R33 Gtst. Absolutely gutted as I'm already skint in my quest to achieve 450 bhp. Need to find myself some cash for a bottom end rebuild.
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Old 18-08-2017, 12:52 AM   #2
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Is it bearing knock or actual piston damage? I have pistons / rods etc in stock and 0% finance over 12 months if it helps
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I've got standard rods and pistons here if you want to donate some dollar
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I've got standard rods and pistons here if you want to donate some dollar
Cheers mate for the offer but I'm going to go forged, may as well seen as the power I'm heqding for.
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Is it bearing knock or actual piston damage? I have pistons / rods etc in stock and 0% finance over 12 months if it helps
Sounding like big end but not confrimed yet, seen as the engine will be opened up again and the power potential I may as well go for forging.

Do you have a bottom end rebuild kit, if so, what make and how much buddy. Pm me if you like.

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