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    while piston hunting iv found

    SUBSTITUTED BY 2201627 (Incl. 1, 2, 3) (Incl. 1, 2, 3) (SKU: 2200884) (Superseed: 2201627)

    iv got 2 pistons kits -p/n 2200682 are there any differences from a 2201627 or a 2200884

    why are there 3 part numbers for the same part ? did they need to recycle the number or was there a problem with them ?

    polaris shops arnt that helpfull


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    The 700/1050 piston was changed a few times since '96. They changed the rings a couple times, then they got rid of the "boost port" hole. As long as they all have the same "dykes" style rings (L shaped and is at the very top edge of the piston) and either all have the hole or all don't have it, you should be fine.

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    yea they all have the boost hole just 3 different part 2 of one kind and one all alone . numbers scare me thanks nut

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    The pistons are all the same size, correct?

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    I found that the 2200672 ,3 or 5 appear to be the original piston released,have the boost hole and black rings.
    the 2200883,884,885,have the boost hole and the top ring has a chrome edge.
    the 2 2201626 I have do not have the boost hole in the piston,but have a chrome edge on the ring,this should be the latest piston released by Polaris

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    Pistons

    Read the top of the piston# to tell which rings to use as they are different cut rings. Also the new 2201627(Oversize) has a nitrate pin in it and is the latest release of piston



    CRANKSHAFT and PISTON


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    iv got a pair of 2200682 81.25 mm piston kits and also a pair of 2200919's


    i wanna use a 2200884 with 2 2200682 same .25 oversize

    i wanna use a set of 2 2200919 with a 2200885 same over size .


    can this be done ?

    these are brand new kits and al have rings already on them from polaris , from what i can tell the rings all look the same
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