Don't cruise the Twin cam forum much, but caught my eye today. I have to agree with Pa, but I've gone both ways on the gauge thing. Remember my British sports car that I put a fuel pressure gauge on, That gave you about 30 sec. warning that you were going to come to a stop! (couldn't trust the British fuel gauge)
Anyhow, Billy, what's the purpose of the "Hypereutectic Aluminum Pistons with Teflon"? The only time I've run in the word "eutectic" is in reference to a solder alloy which doesn't have a pasty state. It's either solid, or liquid. Something that brings up interesting mental images when applied to pistons. You know imagining them to suddenly reach the magic temperature and turning to liquid and running down the bores
Seriously, I'm presuming in pistons it must have some special expansion properties. But I'm interested in knowing more.