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    Pistons For Sale

    I am cleaning out some stuff I will never use.

    1) Used 67.5mm Wiseco 10.25:1 piston and cylinder. Used pin and clips. New rings bought off ebay. One compression ring gaps a few thousandth to big but still usable. Not perfect but I can honestly say I would use this cylinder and piston if I had a need.

    Old rings included in case you break a new ring installing it, or I can put the rings on the piston for you if you want.

    $67.50 and I will pay shipping in the 48. (USPS "If it fits it ships") Sold "as is".

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    2) New stock sized stock Yamaha piston. Piston only. No rings, pin, no etc.

    $37.50 and I will pay shipping.

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    3) New standard bore (67mm) Wiseco 10.25:1 piston. New rings, new pin, new clip. If you are changing your base gasket and planing on installing new rings anyway, go the extra mile and install a Wiseco for the higher compression.

    $60 and I will pick up the shipping.

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    I have more but will list them some other time.
    Last edited by elime; 07-31-2016 at 08:06 AM.
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    Good deals! I have one of elime's (Tony's) jugs and Wizeco combos, couldn't be happier.
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    Tony, Is that an older style cylinder? I paid about $80 for my new wiseco piston kit. This is a great deal!
    Last edited by Lyterx; 07-23-2016 at 11:45 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Good deals! I have one of elime's (Tony's) jugs and Wizeco combos, couldn't be happier.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lyterx View Post
    Tony, Is that an older style cylinder? I paid about $80 for my new wiseco piston kit. This is a great deal!
    By "old cylinder" I think you mean one with the screw in cam chain tensioner, in which case yes, it is the old one.

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