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    Question Who's Piston's?

    Hello there people's I have a question for you experienced PWC owner's. If this were a dirt bike i have that answer LOL. Here it is, i'm rebuilding the 95 SL 750 i recently bought what would be the prefered piston of chpoice for PWC's on all my 2-stroke dirt bike's over the years I have alway's used oem or Wiseco. Was wondering about the kits from SBT or the WSM kits from Dennis Kirk any and all opinions welcome


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    I got WSM kits, and they burn just as nice as the OEM ones.

    Fix the fuel problem first (just a guess)

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    WSM or SBT (i think there the same) will work just fine...

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    WSM pistons are good! their gasket kits are just ok SBT has their pistons made for them and I would avoid them just because they won't divulge the maker Z

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    Hey Dirt, I'm from Marietta! It's a small world (or forum.)

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    I wouldn't trust my engine to a set of SBT pistons BUT I have a set here (I won) I'd sell reeeeeaaaaallll cheap. I haven't been able unload them, seems everybody here knows better.
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    There are two factory ones for sale here on the board, check the classified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    I wouldn't trust my engine to a set of SBT pistons (I won these) BUT I have a set here I'd sell reeeeeaaaaallll cheap. I haven't been able unload them, seems everybody here knows better.
    I think you tried to give them to me once? but you wanted me to sign a disclaimer

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    Oh man I just spit coffee all over the key board.

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    Smile Thank's

    Thank's for the intell on the piston's fella's ph2ocraft i might take you up on those piston's but you have scareed me yourslef lol axgrider i may have to have you up to the house for some assembly asistence on this thing lo, boy them dirt bike's are easier to work on hey i have another one for ya'll been doing the research on carb rebuilds on set of info say's 2.0 needles and 115 gr springs the dealer say's 2.0 needles and 80 gr springs anyone know what's up with the conflicting info? update maybe beat's me so if anyone has a good tested combo or straight facts let me know i'm at work at the moment so may be this eveniong before i'm back on Later

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