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    Which 1200r pistons ?

    my ski is due for a tickle up are wiseco the best pistons to get


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    OEM From my understanding is the best. But I have used WSM once and never had a problem. I am almost done with another motor from another ski that I am useing WSM again. They are cheap and I don't see a problem with them. I paid a lot less for the WSM less than $90 ish. per piston. I get mine from Dalesjetsports.

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    When I did my 1200PV rebuild everyone I talked to told me to go with ProX pistons. No problems with them so far.

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    ProX. I got mine from Atlantic Jetsports.

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    depends..

    if its an all out race motor, i would go with wiesco's...and possibly even have them slipper coated, but if its just a hotrod stockish ski...anything oem would be best because of ease of setup. they don't call them "seizeco's" for nothing...there alittle harder to get right. am puting a weisco in my atc 250R 3 wheeler right now...i guess we will see how it goes. i've read that ART pistons are good stock pistons.

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    stock number 1 choice, pro X number 2 choice.

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    looks like it might be a set of oem them.... what about in a big bore ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIM'S PERFORMANCE View Post
    stock number 1 choice, pro X number 2 choice.
    agree +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetski1200r View Post
    looks like it might be a set of oem them.... what about in a big bore ???
    There is a 1390 set-up on here or ebay somewhere. Its going to cost ya a lot though.

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    just put a 1300 pv top end on it, that's what i did when i rebuilt my 2002 gpr....bigger bore with out the bigger costs.......and you get the nice gain as well

    fyi my 1300 top end came with pro-x piston which have run great but i have heard oem are slightly better from reliable sources, same goes for cranks, go OEM as a first choice if budget allows.

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