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new sleeve and piston???

Old 05-01-2005, 10:26 PM
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when i change the sleeve and piston, do i follow the original break- in instructions? also do i have to worry about replacing anything else while im doing it?
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I would .
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Yes! [8D]
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Default RE: new sleeve and piston???

When the piston/cylinder assembly in a non-ringed engine is replaced, the engine should be considered "new" and a full breakin procedure followed. After all, the piston/cylinder assembly is new, and don't have the proper fit for your usual running.

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