Thread: Piston size
04-08-2009, 06:35 AM #1
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- Apr 2009
I'm rebuilding my SL1050, and I'm not sure about the piston sizes that I have to order.
The ones that were in the engine was ELKO pistons, and on top it says 80.85 on one, and 80.89 on another, and I can't see it on the last.
The cylinders look okay, and I'm not sure if it needs a honing.
But do I need to order STD size ? Or shall I take a 0,25 and get the cylinders done ?
Jesper from Denmark
04-08-2009, 07:59 AM #21050cc - SL, SLTX '96-99; SLXH '98-99
I would say you calipers are accurate to the 10th of a mm. Look like std bore.
Might be able to do a light hone and re-ring
Kit NumberDisplacmentBore SizeRetail PriceOur PriceBuyWK11471051cc81mm/std.$ 361.95$ 296.80WK11481064cc81.5mm/.020$ 361.95$ 296.80WK11491077cc82mm/.040$ 361.95$ 296.80WK11501090cc82.5mm/.060$ 361.95$ 296.80WK11511102cc83mm/.070$ 361.95$ 296.80Top End Bearing (sold each): Part Number B1039 - $15.00
04-08-2009, 07:59 AM #3
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