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Wrist Pin Retainer – 0.787 in. Diameter – 0.063 in. Thickness – Wire Lock

Your Price: $4.04

SKU: 787-063-MW

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Wrist Pin Retainer, Wire Lock, Chrome Silicon, 0.787 in. Diameter, 0.063 in. Lock Thickness, Each.


GTIN: 00193564006370

Wrist Pin Retainer Quantity

1

Wrist Pin Retainer Style

Wire Lock

Wrist Pin Retainer Material

Chrome Silicon

Wrist Pin Retainer Thickness

0.063 IN

Wrist Pin Retainer Diameter

0.787 IN

Instructions: Enter a value in the un-shaded boxes below as they pertain to your engine.
Note: For pistons BELOW the block @ TDC – value in box must be a NEGATIVE number (-0.000)
Note: For pistons ABOVE the block @ TDC – value in box must be a POSITIVE number (0.000)
Note: For a DISH piston – value in box must be a NEGATIVE number (-0.0)
Note: For a DOME piston – value in box must be a POSITIVE number (0.0)
Note: Manipulate the DOME/DISH & PISTON to DECK volumes to get the ratio you want.
Enter the number of cylinders of your engine
Bore
Finished bore of your engine
Stroke
Stroke of your engines crankshaft
Rod Length
Ctr. to Ctr. length of your connecting rods
Gasket Bore
Head Gasket bore diameter
Comp. Gasket
Compressed Head Gasket thickness
Block Deck Height
Center of main bearing bore to top of block
Top Ring Down
Top of 1st ring to top of pistons(FLAT)
Chamber Volume
Cylinder Head chamber volume in CC’s
Dome/Dish Volume
DOME (-) or DISH (+) vol. (theoretical) in CC’s
Piston to Deck
Top of BLOCK to top of piston (FLAT) @ TDC
Click “Calculate” for dimension results.
Total Volume
 
Cylinder Volume
Total cylinder volume in CC’s =
Clearance Volume
All effective vol. above block deck @ TDC in CC’s =
Gasket Volume
Volume of your head gasket in CC’s =
Top Ring Volume
Total volume above the top ring @ TDC in CC’s =
Deck Volume
Volume of area above the pistons @ TDC in CC’s =
Piston Top Land
Piston top land diameter for volume calculations =
1/2 Stroke
1/2 stroke of your engine’s crankshaft in inches =
Compression Ht.
Ctr. of piston pin to top of piston (FLAT) in inches =
Cubic Inches
Cubic inch displacement of your engine =
For the given dimensions, your compression ratio