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    2.0 Mahle Cylinders in excellent condition.

    HI
    I have a set of 2 liter mahle cylinders that I was going to use on a race build. Going another direction
    now. These are in great shape no issues. Please see pictures $525 shipped in the US.

    Cheers
    John

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    bump , make an offer, some one must need a set of pristine
    cylinders
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    new price 525
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    914-6 1970 GT 2.5
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    What kind of Piston would you need to go with these?

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    any 80mm piston or you could slightly bore these and fit anything up to approx 84mm-85mm

    JE pistons have been my choice on the last couple race engine.
    Last edited by Fubawu; 09-10-2019 at 09:11 AM.
    911 1972S 2.8 Race car SOLD
    911 1972T 2.5
    911 1965 300760 SOLD
    911 1971S S/T 2.5
    914-6 1970 GT 2.5
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    Early S Reg #2699
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    John, Would the 81mm JE Forged Pistons work with these? 81mm is the diameter, correct? They are stating they are for 2.0 Liter. I have a early '68 T Engine that has the counterbalanced crank. I am thinking toward a future rebuild but I don't want to drop $6k on a set of 2.0L Mahle P&C Set....

    Thank You. Dan

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