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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Cheapest piston kits

    Anyone know where I can get a good piston kit cheap? And has anyone tried the WSM kit and like them? Otherwise this is the cheapest I've found so far... http://www.atvparts.biz/jet-ski-part...ct/WK1167.html


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    other people say different but i like the wsm kits never had a problem with them i have a set of regular wsm kit in my tigershark and it runs good and i have a wsm platinum kit in my hurricane and its still running strong but. i run a wiseco in my quad and that thing kicks it i think the wsm is a great stock replacement and the wiseco is more for racing

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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    The wiseco's were pro lites, that I put in my 750. Does anyone know if they really are lighter? Well, lighter than stock was the impression I had way back then, supposed to improve acceleration.

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/POLAR...QQcmdZViewItem


    These come with a compleate gasket kit. They also weight the same as the stock 650 std size pistons, Which there is a big size differance between the two. So I would imgan that they are lighter than one of equal size.


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    I used the std size on my 900 runs great, very strong and alot cheaper than seizeco!

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    std.wsm kit.

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    X- don't tell me that you're going to skimp on the pistons on that monster. At the very least ask your bud who worked for psi.

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    I think WSM piston's are good! I have checked pistons from years apart and they spec out exact! Z

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    I'm not saying that wsm is bad, but I think with the set up that he has, regular stock replacements may not be up to the task. With the added heat and rpm's of the pipes and power valves, deto could be a real concern. I'd hate to hear about that think melting pistons on the first WOT blast.

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    OMG you guys are givin' me heart failure here! Am I really the only one pulling apart blown up motors in the junkyard, looking for good pistons?

    Or fleaBay for the Kawi parts (even junkyards refuse them!)

    I guess if my SLX ever needed pistons, I'd spring for the good stuff though....

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