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    plz. advice cylinders.pistons.....

    hey guys please advice me on cylinders and pistons
    mine #3 damaged little bit inside cylinder and i decided to replace whole three and ofcorse pistons to match cylinders.

    what do u guys think about this
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    If only one is damaged why do you want to replace all three? SBT Gaskets did not perform well at all you are much better off spending the money on OEM gaskets.

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    if your gonna replace all three, upgrade to 1300 cylinders?!?!

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    either way dont go near sbt stuff...

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    Consider getting the one cylinder repaired or honed depending on the damage and I would get 3 PRO-X piston kits. Try and take a few decent resolution pics of the cylinder and we can help determine if it needs honed or repaired.

    I don't think SBT would be a good choice at all.

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    looks good and the price is right

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    If you're wanting a like new freshen up,by the used cyl.and 3 new pro-X size C's (these are the larger one's).Then send everything off to a reputable shop with diamond honing capabilities to set the clearence to the tight side of factory specs on all three.Wha-La >probably better than new,a fresh evenly matched set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by H204YOU View Post
    If you're wanting a like new freshen up,by the used cyl.and 3 new pro-X size C's (these are the larger one's).Then send everything off to a reputable shop with diamond honing capabilities to set the clearence to the tight side of factory specs on all three.Wha-La >probably better than new,a fresh evenly matched set!
    thats sounds nice but where to send them,maybe you can guys give me couple of links.
    and for pro-x pistons also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Consider getting the one cylinder repaired or honed depending on the damage and I would get 3 PRO-X piston kits. Try and take a few decent resolution pics of the cylinder and we can help determine if it needs honed or repaired.

    I don't think SBT would be a good choice at all.
    here is that messed up cylinder and piston . i was trying to take a piston apart but i cant lol
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