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    Anyone use SBT pistons???

    Has anyone ever used them??? Are they good or should I stay away from them....


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    I wouldn't use the SBT for a paperweight but that's only because I don't like their business practices or their other garbage products I have needed to repair in the past.

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    Do you have to sugar coat everything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    Do you have to sugar coat everything?
    Hehe, you'd think I'd get over it by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast-banshee View Post
    Has anyone ever used them??? Are they good or should I stay away from them....
    SBT what did that stand for again,,,,ohhhh yeh
    SURE BLOW TECHNOLOGY or was it SHOULD BUY TWO (so i have something to run after the first 1 dies )
    This is not from personal experience
    it is what i learned on the beach working for the ijsba many moons ago
    if you are willing to evan touch a piston ,,,loose there # ,,you are ahead of them already
    --but for other people who cant point out a piston in a pile of parts i hate 2 say ,,,they might be the best road to try
    sorry ,,i need to off the tripple pipes
    mattman

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZMANN View Post
    Do you have to sugar coat everything?

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    Thats all I needed to know.....wiesco ok??

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    Quote Originally Posted by fast-banshee View Post
    Thats all I needed to know.....wiesco ok??
    ok ,,if you are NOT boring and just replacing a holed piston,,
    i am a fan of oem...
    if you are going to bore than i would go wisco (usally find them cheaper )and read the little instruction booklet pushed into the under side of the piston (they have a little diff. clearence than oem's)
    hope i didnt cornfuze ya
    mattman

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    OEM is nice but $$ Pro-X and WSM are nice also

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    What about WSM?

    EDIT: ^ oh...

    My new pistons are WSM, should be here shortly... Good thing i didnt get SBT.

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