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    The heck was in my cylinder that caused this...

    It's a '94 750 SSXi





    Any insight would be great. Thanks in advance.


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    broken peices of a crank/wrist pin bearing ?

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    I have no clue. I didn't tear into it any farther. I'm new to all this. I just though the distinct marks it made would ring a bell with the folks around the forum.

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    Pain is fear leaving your body.... rlovebk's Avatar
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    Looks like ring debris.
    Unless compression on other hole is bad hone cyliinder and throw another slug in. When its honed if still deep scratches you will either need new cylinder or bore. You can get used stuff from John Zigler. Reliable and honest.
    You can clean the head up with steel wool and then blow it off, spray it up with wd40 or something.
    You will also need to make sure you get any debris out of the bottom end. If there is damage you don't wanna put a top end on and the have it come apart.

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    Great info... Thank you. Who is John Zigler BTW?

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    Pain is fear leaving your body.... rlovebk's Avatar
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    John is a guy that buys old skis up and parts them out. Good rescource for parts besides e-bay.
    www.rockcountyjetski.webs.com

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