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    Virtex pistons

    Anyone know/ use these pistons. What pistons hold up the best?

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    Stock are prob the best and most expensive. WSM have worked well for most guys I've read about. Careful with the Wisecos if you go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    Anyone know/ use these pistons. What pistons hold up the best?

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    who? what? Never heard of em. I have never had a problem with Wisecos.

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    I couldn't find any PWC applications for Polaris on their website. Lots of ATV, but no PWC. How did you hear of them?

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    I couldn't find any either

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    Never heard of them and if given the chance, I'll usually use OEM Polaris pistons. I've also had very good luck with Wiseco's, I think clearance is the important factor with their use.

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    Yup, those Wisecos are definately a much tighter fit. But they sure are perdy.

    I would have to agree with you though. OEM are good for most applications, just a little pricey.

    WSM would be my next choice for a stocker.

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    Not a bad looking kit. If you have a Kawi, you could try it. I would ask the Kawi or Doo sections if any of them have used them. Other than that, maybe a ATV forum out there.

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