To keep the compression low but still take advantage of the squeeze, the deep holes were filled with domed, paint-can-sized 4.310-inch SRP forged pistons. Underneath, our crank was an Eagle 4.250-inch 4340 forged steel piece with 2.750-inch main and 2.200-inch rod journals. To handle the pounding, we used a full set of 6.385-inch H-beam rods with ARP rod bolts. For sufficient oil, we called on a Melling pump and pick-up. Our factory-style pump would allow for our Moroso oil pan to fit with clearance.