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😄 hi   I am new here .. my nickname on here is dannygote so H E L L O  every body .. got a  ? I cannot find how many cc's  in the piston top of a stock 428 Pontiac piston.. does any body know or know how I can find out ? I have tried to find it on the internet [ spent hours ] and I still haven't foud out.. if any body can help me out  I really will appreciate it …. thanx === dannygote

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:welcomeFP:

 I'm sorry I do not have an answer to your question but hope someone will shortly. 

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thanx

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WELCOME to the board.

These charts from the Wallace racing site should assist you with that info;

http://www.wallaceracing.com/head1.htm

 

CHEERS!

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6 hours ago, DANNYGOTE said:

😄 hi   I am new here .. my nickname on here is dannygote so H E L L O  every body .. got a  ? I cannot find how many cc's  in the piston top of a stock 428 Pontiac piston.. does any body know or know how I can find out ? I have tried to find it on the internet [ spent hours ] and I still haven't foud out.. if any body can help me out  I really will appreciate it …. thanx === dannygote

If it’s stock all the 428 heads were 72cc.

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Danny - are you asking how many ccs a stock 428 piston is up against a flat plate at TDC or how many ccs a 428 cylinder head is?

If it is the latter, then Sprint6 and Last Indians answers are correct.

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Danny, are you asking because you're needing to replace a couple of stock pistons or just out of curiosity? Because if you're looking to replace the stock pistons iv actually got 4 or 5 here that are in good condition from when I rebuilt my 428.

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On 3/5/2020 at 8:51 PM, Frosty said:

Danny - are you asking how many ccs a stock 428 piston is up against a flat plate at TDC or how many ccs a 428 cylinder head is?

If it is the latter, then Sprint6 and Last Indians answers are correct.

no the 428 and 421 piston  itself has a dish type recess involving the valve reliefs on the top of the piston and I am trying to find out how many cc's  there are so I can figure out the compression I am trying to achieve , thanx for you guy's for your input    thanx == danny

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The graduated syringe...Clear plastic plate method..That Last Indian explained is an accurate way to determine the CCs of the dish including the valve reliefs on the tops of the pistons... 

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that will absolutely work …. thanx a million...   danny

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