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I'm in the process of rebuilding my 360. Looking at pistons, I found a set of speed pro flat tops that I want to get. But it doesn't specify if they are for a magnum or an la block. Does it matter? Can you run a piston advertised to be for an la block in a magnum block
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1994 Ram, 4 x 4, 230K Miles, 5.2l, 46RH Dr Evil Tranny (Street Evil),
Custom 4.5 inch lift, Bilstein 5100 series shocks, 10000lbs winch, 35x12.5x15 BFG KM2
4.88 gears, Powertrax posi rear, open front
Yes, they are the same, however, be careful of the compression height. Unless you want to run premium gas, many of the flat top pistons will increase compression. Dished pistons tend to keep compression closer to stock levels.