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Old 09-15-2005, 06:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello all

sorry, I am sure this has been covered a million times, but I didn't have much luck using the search function; I have a 1991 JDM DOHC ZC, and it is going in for a re-rebuild (the rings didn't seat the first time...). I have a feeling that a rebore will be needed, thus so will oversize pistons, and I am wondering which pistons to tell the machine shop to order. I am hoping that there is a USDM direct replacement.... I don't want to end up with a lower compression ratio than what it should have.

any info appreciated

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Pm7 or P29's ..
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P29's are the only available ones in N. America.

They are from 88-89 Integra's
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nippon Racing makes a good OEM replacement..
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hey guys

are the PM7's and P29's identical in every respect? If so, do they carry different part numbers, and if so, why?

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Yes thay are...............


88-89 teg pistons are the same as the PM7's
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hey guys

are the PM7's and P29's identical in every respect? If so, do they carry different part numbers, and if so, why?

thanks all for the responses

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PM7 USDM spec, P29 JDM spec same just different part #'s!
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you should check this place out! http://www.theoldone.com/
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