^^ that answer is much too generic to try to go by. Cylinder to wall clearances vary greatly depending on if its a cast piston, forged, factory bore + compression, etc.
For an example, my 98 XC600 with forged Wisecos was .0065" if I remember right as they are forged, have a greater expansion rate than cast, and will tighten that clearance up when they warm. Cast dont expand nearly as much and will require tighter tolerances.
To the original poster I will do a quick search and see if I can dig anything up!
1998 Polaris XC600 (with a XCR sleeper hood on it
2006 Polaris Indy 500
1969 Chevy C10 "69CRUZR"
-383 stroker 450 hp 479 ft lbs of torque
2006 Chevy Colorado -daily driver
New Project Truck, this one for my Pops!
1953 GMC 5 Window Shortbox Stepside
Drivetrain: 2006 5.3 Liter v8 with 4l60e from an 06 Silverado.
Full IFS front suspension kit w/rack and pinion steering, and 4 link rear from TCI Enterprises.