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DB32 cylinder height
#800828 03/12/20 2:15 am
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Hi.

is anyone here able to give the height of the cylinder of a DB32 or whatever other late 350 GS may use the 6 15/32 rod.

I mean from the lower surface of the cylinder to the head sealing face. So i mean not including the liner or whatever.

Another thread on this forum mentions 4.9 inch but i was unable to find if that was referring to a 500 or 350.

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Re: DB32 cylinder height
jimq #801182 03/14/20 6:33 am
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I smell shortening of n iron barrel!


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Re: DB32 cylinder height
jimq #801276 03/14/20 9:04 pm
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jimq: Someone must have a 350 GS. Maybe they do not realize that the measurement you are asking for could be done with the engine assembled.

Good luck

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