Total Seal® - Conventional Motorsport Ring Set

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Conventional Motorsport Ring Set by Total Seal®. This top-grade product is expertly made in compliance with stringent industry standards to offer a fusion of a well-balanced design and high level of craftsmanship. Manufactured from industry-leading materials using up-to-date equipment, it ensures everlasting reliability and enduring value. This product is distinguished by total quality assurance, unsurpassed by anybody else.

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  • Expertly crafted from the highest grade materials
  • Built for long-lasting dependability and unmatched quality
  • Made with great care and extreme attention to detail

THE FACE OF THE RING – The face of any compression ring can have many characteristics that may help or hinder cylinder sealing. The profile (barrel, taper.etc) can vary in many different ways that help the ring stay seated through piston rock over. Face coatings can also make a substantial difference with cylinder sealing depending on your cylinder wall material.

THE SIDES OF THE RING – The side surfaces of the ring, that is the surfaces that seat against the piston flank itself are often overlooked but equally as important in sealing an engine. Simply, the flatter and smoother these sides are, the better they will seal against the piston and stop any blow-by from traveling around the ring land and into the crankcase.

THE END GAP – Here is the correlation the larger the end gap, the more blow-by and power reduction your engine will see. Lets examine the strokes in a four stroke engine and the importance that cylinder sealing means to each.

INTAKE – On any naturally aspirated engine, the better the rings are sealed inside the cylinder and against the piston, the more intake charge (air and fuel) will fill the combustion chamber. Ring seal is the only thing in a normally aspirated engine that draws air / fuel into the cylinder.

COMPRESSION – The better the engine is sealed on the compression stroke, the higher the percentage of intake charge that previously filled the cylinder will be utilized. Ring seal is the only thing preventing the charge from leaking past the piston and into the crankcase.

POWER – During this explosive event, the more explosion the rings keep above the piston, the higher the force will be exerted downward on the piston, resulting in more torque and horsepower.

EXHAUST – The more efficiently the cylinder disposes of exhaust, the more that event in overlap, will help prime the intake stroke for cylinder filling.

Total Seal® is the leader in piston ring technology with the ability to meet whatever special needs a customer has. From IMCA modifieds to Winston Cup and IRL, Total Seal can fit rings into virtually any specific piston you may have. In its 32,000 square foot facility in Phoenix, Arizona, Total Seal houses the latest in research and development equipment, manufacturing machinery and technology focusing on developing and manufacturing piston rings for any applications. The company is proud of the products it has introduced throughout the years. Its rings continue to show up on the world's fastest, from Winston Cup to IMCA and IRL, from marine to drag racing.

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