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what rings to use with charger

This is a discussion on what rings to use with charger within the Forced Induction forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am going to be using a 9psi pulley to start with but plan on going to a 12-14psi pulley ...

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    what rings to use with charger

    I am going to be using a 9psi pulley to start with but plan on going to a 12-14psi pulley very soon. What piston rings should i use to hold up to the boost also what head gaskets and main/rod bearings do you think I should use Im not worried about them costing I just dont want to be pulling it back apart in a month it is a 01 ls1 motor i have wiesco forged aluminum pistons. I think they are 9.5/1 thanks for any input

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    I'm running Ross pistons with Plasma Moly rings.. I'm running 14psi and it's been 17,000 miles with little to no blow by.. Good luck..

    I'd buy some Diamond pistons and plasma molly rings with it..

    Clint

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