Topic: Re: massey 44
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|Mike in Mn.
I have also read that the comp. was changed with the pistons,not the head. Bought a 44 for pulling last year, ran good, pulled good, comp on all cyls. was only 80 psi. Tore it down last winter, it had 4 inch pistons in it and was in fairly good shape. Found a 4 1/16 conformatic engine kit with domed pistons and took 1/8 inch off the head and only ended up with 145 psi comp, a gain of 65 psi, but The gas engine is suppose to have 120 psi stock with 3 7/8 pistons. What gives?? I think I have a kerosene head or low comp head. I"m going to cc the combustion chambers and change heads this winter. I have a 44 and a 444 head laying around so I will find out if there"s any difference.
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