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MMR/Manley Forged Pistons - Worlds fastest & strongest modular pistons! SALE!

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  1. Modular Racing

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    No other company has pushed the limits of a Modular Piston than MMR / Manley. Together MMR and Manley have designed the finest piston available for your N/A, Supercharged or Turbocharged Modular. MMR holds the 5.4 World Record using the same design piston right here in this ad pumping out over 3000HP and setting the World record with a 5.95 / 246.89 MPH.

    These Pistons are on sale right now for just $599.99 and feature:

    MMR's proprietary race design for both street and race use.
    Full Banded Skirt design for increased stability at high RPM or in stroker applications.
    Premium Chrome Moly Pins Included
    100% CNC Machined for perfect ring groove to skirt squareness
    2618 High Strength/Lightweight material.
    All Bore sizes and compression ratios available - same cost!

    Options:
    Notch Piston for high lift cams on 2V,3v or 4v + $150
    M2500R "redfire" Dome coating + $250
    Custom Compression ratios - no extra charge - allow 4-6 weeks for completion
    9310 Material Piston Pin Upgrade $199
    Add Total Seal Perforamance rings $139.99
    Add Total Seal AP steel Rings $249.99

    Call today for this great pricing!
    1-877-MOD-POWR
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  4. impactblue

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    Hi I have some questions. I may be in the market for a new motor
     
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    We are happy to help! Would you like to send a PM, email or call us?
     
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    impactblue Member Established Member

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    I'll pm
     
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    97snakebite Well-Known Member Established Member

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    pleas pm me pricing on flat tops .030 and if u can send pricing with rods stock stroke
     
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    I never got a reply
     
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    i see your going with building your motor... looks like i wont be faster then you after all lol
     
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    Looking to replace my motor. Mine is going to be expensive to fix. I have to sleeve it and new pistons. Just to get it back to stock strength
     
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    you will be better off buying sleeves and a forged rotating assembly. cheaper too its not as bad as you thinkg. hell of alot cheaper then replacing the whole motor. i told you on another post who to message about it he can give you parts list he used and stuff. and you can build it stronger for cheaper then buying a whole new short block
     
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    Mmr has a built 5.4 short block good to 1000rwhp for 3200. A sleeving the block alone will run almost 3k. And them 1000-1500 for rods. I'll need new pistons. And then it all has to be balanced
     
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    oh danm id get the mmr block then.
     
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    I'm just pushing it as far as my non existent budget lol
     
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    Yeah I'll keep my 5.8 and build it for 1500-2000 hp and put it back in and sell the 5.4
     
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    Hell you and your whipple may need it
     
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    yeah maybe eventually if i start making over 750
     
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    You easily will break 750. Manuel's car makes 770 on e85 with a tvs
     
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    Still waiting
     
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    $699 for pistons (takes 3-4 weeks for .030 sizes) , (in stock) and $$369-$599 for MMR/Manley rods
     
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