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IH 301 PISTONS

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22778

01-19-2021 08:11:01




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WHAT WOULD BE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LP GAS AND REGULAR GAS PISTONS FOR A C301?




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johndeerered

02-23-2021 22:21:12




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to 22778, 01-19-2021 08:11:01  
1956 Chrysler hemi pistons will get you 190 lbs cranking compression



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22778

03-01-2021 05:31:32




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to johndeerered, 02-23-2021 22:21:12  
WHAT COMPRESSION HEIGHT? DETAILS PLEASE



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johndeerered

03-01-2021 21:04:29




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to 22778, 03-01-2021 05:31:32  
Comp height 2.02300 bore 3.8125



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22778

03-02-2021 07:52:45




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to johndeerered, 03-01-2021 21:04:29  
IS THE PIN SIZE THE SAME?
WHAT IS 301 CH?
THANKS



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johndeerered

03-01-2021 20:41:26




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to 22778, 03-01-2021 05:31:32  
I will try and find that I have it written down somewhere, only mod was to hone out rod a little to fit hemi wrist pin. They are flat top pistons 50thous of head came out with 190 lbs compression with bullit cam, pulls good



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22778

03-02-2021 09:04:01




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to johndeerered, 03-01-2021 20:41:26  
can you run them with a truck head?



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22778

03-02-2021 07:54:00




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to johndeerered, 03-01-2021 20:41:26  
AWESOME THANK YOU!



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H66

01-20-2021 17:24:25




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 Re: IH 301 PISTONS in reply to 22778, 01-19-2021 08:11:01  
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deereabhm
07-19-2007 15:14:03


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Where can I find high altitude or firecrater pistons for a International 301 engine? I am wanting to build this engine with better pistons and head work, I do not however want to stroke it. If you have built a 301 before I would like to hear what parts you used for things such as the valves and lifters. What would the horsepower potential be at regular 806 rpms?

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es
07-20-2007 18:29:16


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 15:14:03 #on this piston are 4107a they are IH i beleave they are fire crater i would like to sell hole set up thanks


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ChadS
07-19-2007 17:59:20


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 15:14:03 Your looking for LP, high atltitude for a 806 or 715 combine. Those are the highest compression piston available for a 301. part number: 382074R91. If you can find em. I thought I got the last set in captivity a few years ago. Ross pistons are widly available, but mostly flat top in design. Chad


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deereabhm
07-19-2007 19:14:21


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to ChadS, 07-19-2007 17:59:20 How tight will it be with LP pistons and the head? Are there any truck heads that would provide the same compression effect?


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ChadS
07-20-2007 07:17:02


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 19:14:21 The truck heads are just like the LP heads for the farmall 4 cyl. Takes a relitivly flat top piston, but firecraters can be altered to work. Would jump HP 20 Hp pretty easy, 1 from the cyl pressure increase, and 2 from the bigger ports VS the tractor heads to allow more flow to feed it. Would have to run on higher octane fuel, at least 105 octane. Ive got a truck head for sale if your looking for one. Chad
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ChadS
07-20-2007 07:47:15


Report to Moderator And,,,, in reply to ChadS, 07-20-2007 07:17:02 The LP high alt piston will bump the cyl pressure up 25 psi easily VS the stock firecrater. they still have the eyebrow for the dome, but have no crater in the center. Chad


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ES
07-19-2007 17:11:25


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 15:14:03 I have a complete rotating asembly out of a 301 grank rods pistons i beleave they are firecrater if you are iterested i can get # off them it came off Ih combine


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deereabhm
07-19-2007 19:17:31


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to ES, 07-19-2007 17:11:25 Let me know the details. Condition, location etc. thanks


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Eric Stephen
07-19-2007 15:40:17


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 15:14:03 Go to your local case-ih dealer, you can get original i-h pistons for a c-301 hi-altitude, they come in .030 or .040 over-size. work very well. i use them


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rd460
07-19-2007 15:34:12


Report to Moderator Re: pistons for 301 in reply to deereabhm, 07-19-2007 15:14:03 Call marlatt comp. engines in Rushville IN. 765-938-2227

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