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Part# for XT Turbo Pistons


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#1 Guest_myxalplyx_*

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Posted 20 December 2002 - 02:23 PM

Can anyone here tell me what the part number is for an XT Turbo Piston? Do they come with the piston rings and if not, what is the part number for that? Any help is appreciated. I need six of them. Thanks!

#2 Guest_rguyver_*

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Posted 20 December 2002 - 02:52 PM

turboing a XT6 are we ?

#3 Guest_myxalplyx_*

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Posted 20 December 2002 - 04:09 PM

:D Just getting the 'scraps' together. That's all! ;)

#4 Guest_UltimateRX_*

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Posted 20 December 2002 - 08:57 PM

Can you tell me what year it is for, or does that matter to you, it does for the correct part number. Also, what bore, std, .25 or .5??

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Posted 30 December 2002 - 10:48 PM

Corky,

Man...I'm sorry for the late reply. I lost the post and had trouble finding it. Hehe.

Ok...to answer your question(s).
"Can you tell me what year it is for, or does that matter to you, it does for the correct part number. Also, what bore, std, .25 or .5??"

I have a 1989 2.7ltr XT6 that's a FWD with autotranny.

It's an Over-head camshaft type valve arrangement.

Bore X Stroke = 92 X 67mm (3.62 X 2.64in)

STD?? Stem diameter? Sexually Transmitted Disease? :lol:
I'm not good with different car terminology. I have the service manuals to the XT6 though so I should be able to answer your questions.

Looking in my service manual, the XT6 and XT (both 89s) have the same bore and stroke, same compression ratio, same valve set, valve guide, valve stem and valve spring numbers. I have no info on the XT turbo (or perhaps RX turbo) numbers though.

Does that help?

#6 Guest_RXT FIN_*

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Posted 31 December 2002 - 02:22 AM

RX turbo pistons part number is 12006AA210 STD

#7 Guest_bbitner_*

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Posted 31 December 2002 - 06:05 AM

For the price of stock ones you should just buy aftermaket forged pistons. When i was pricing parts the JE pistons were about 20 bucks more a shot. Suby rings are insane at 250 bucks.

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Posted 31 December 2002 - 10:06 AM

Sexually transmitted disease!!!!! :rollin: Nope it is the abbreviation for standard, as in standard size piston (the size that came from the factory). When you rebuild an engine sometimes you have to bore out the cyclinder so you'd need a larger size piston, the factory offers two larger sizes, .25 and .50 larger then stock diameter. So if they are the same size, here are the part numbers.

Std 12006AA210
.25 12006AA220
.50 12006AA230

These part numbers do not include rings, just the psiton, pin and C clips.

Ring set part numbers are

Std 12033AA000
.25 12033AA010
.50 12033AA020

Hope that helps.

#9 Guest_myxalplyx_*

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Posted 31 December 2002 - 01:13 PM

I don't know why I didn't mention this but if any of you have the 1.8ltr turbo pistons (and piston rings), and you are willing to part with them, please either post here or send me an email. Posting here might be better since I get a lot of junk mail and I delete pretty quickly.

I'll need about 6 of them. 4 for now is a start if that's all you got. Be nice on the pricing of them. :P




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