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    Pistons

    I found these pistons this morning (2-4-'15) on ebay and they seem to be a bargain. These are all pistons Sebastian recommended to increase displacement and / or compression.

    Wiseco 4312M07000 $27.95 : Wiseco 4312M07000 Piston Kit | eBay

    Wiseco 4312MO7100 $27.95 : 4312M07100 | eBay

    Wiseco 4675M07100 $27.95 : Wiseco 4675M07100 Piston M07100 Timber Wolf 4675M07100 | eBay

    Wiseco 4675M07200 $19.09 : Wiseco 4675M07200 Top End Kit | eBay

    There might be more to choose from but this seems a good start and very reasonable prices when you compare to the other for sale. I wonder what the catch is?
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    I can tell you of the piston in the picture is what you are getting its not a Wiseco, its someone using the name to try and sell cheap junk. That's my suspicion anyway.

    One thing i have learned from changing mine out is deal with Wiseco direct, its easier. I originally ordered my piston on amazon to save a few bucks and it ended up being a hassle. The piston i got was oversized at 67.75mm, amazon didnt have any left and it was a hassle returning it. I ended up buying one direct and the guy i talked to on the phone was helpful and made sure i got one that was indeed sized correctly.
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    The are all gone! Picture says it is a generic picture, or file picture. Oh well, doesn't matter now........I have bought Wiseco piston off ebay and they were all the real thing, brand new and good to go.
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    "When it is to good to be true it probably isn't."

    When I got home this afternoon I checked the order status of my piston. I found then they and been changed to wheel bearings. Hmmmm..........I sent an email asking "whats up?" and this is the reply I got. Oh well, it did seem to good to be true.......

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    It did sound pretty good and it was very considerate to share piston info this morning. I wonder though if they have already shipped your new wheel bearings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    It did sound pretty good and it was very considerate to share piston info this morning. I wonder though if they have already shipped your new wheel bearings?
    I might have to buy a new kind of motorcycle to go with them. Oh no..........................
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