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Old 05-10-2006, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default How to install Piston rings?

Well i am refreshing my engine and i dont know how to "clock" the rings and was just looking fo rsome help with that...
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were they but up your supposed to have em at like, 12o clock, then second one at 3 oclock, then 6 then 9 get it?
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were they but up your supposed to have em at like, 12o clock, then second one at 3 oclock, then 6 then 9 get it?
.Heh... not what Honda or any other ring/piston manufacturer suggests, but ok...

Your helms manual should be able to help you in this matter...

The should be approximately 15 degrees off from each other... They shouldnt be directly at above the wrist pins or perpendicular to them... This will help minimize scarring and maximize effectiveness... Please reference the helms manual before trying anything like this as it seems like a disaster waiting to happen...
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