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    where to buy seadoo sleeves?

    hi all,

    wouldlike to know where I can buy seadoo sleeves with international shipping?


    Thanks all


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    Quote Originally Posted by otoss View Post
    hi all,

    wouldlike to know where I can buy seadoo sleeves with international shipping?


    Thanks all
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1613

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    for one or for three? do you need to bore to match the pistons? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by otoss View Post
    for one or for three? do you need to bore to match the pistons? thanks
    For 1,and yes you have to bore to match the pistons!

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    I'm pretty sure my machinist said my last sleeve was from a Subaru WRX

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    I have a damaged block w/ 2 good sleeves. Anyone have success removing good sleeves from a used block? How?

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    Contact slow91. If your going to sleeve a block do it rite. You have to machine out the center section of the block. The oem sleeves dont just pop out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkaddict View Post
    Contact slow91. If your going to sleeve a block do it rite. You have to machine out the center section of the block. The oem sleeves dont just pop out.
    +1, you have to bore out the old sleeve first. Install the new sleeve, bore for piston size, and deck block.

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    most machine shops will not be able to do this. however the stock sleeve is bonded to the aluminum there is ( what i think) titanium. The first time i bored the stock sleeve out i thought either my boring machine was going to explode or the block was going to come apart. Its some crazy shit. And if you do a middle cylinder you *might* need to bore the other 2 due to the distortion from installing the sleeve. A WRX sleeve will not work, thats a 2.0 Liter with a 92mm bore. Rotax use a 99mm bore, and the subaru sleeves might be too short top to bottom wise.

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    A smart admits!A wicked excuses!An idiot insists! mitsakosgt's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by winterstick View Post
    I'm pretty sure my machinist said my last sleeve was from a Subaru WRX
    Subaru WRX 2.5 has 99.9mm pistons!

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