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Having rebuilt my engine last winter and noting the machined surface of the pistons (concentric rings), it makes wonder if polishing the tops of the pistons to a mirror surface would be a way to avoid nucleation spots for re-ignition.
Does that make any sense, or are the patterns on the piston heads actually serving some purpose?
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