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Crankshaft journal sizes 3 months 2 weeks ago #23725

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Same size piston pin.

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Crankshaft journal sizes 3 months 2 weeks ago #23730

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Kawboy wrote: Same size piston pin.


Yep. And my *understanding* is the compression height is virtually the same. The combustion chamber between the 1300 and 650 are similar designs, so the piston is the right "shape". Wisco offers them in 66m (2mm OS for the 650).

Those are MUCH better pistons that what is in the Crusinimage BigBore kits. But the price reflects it.

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Crankshaft journal sizes 3 months 1 week ago #23777

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Hi
Thanks for all the info think im going to buy the 1370 cc kit from ebay that supplier sells a complete fasket set too
I will post some pics along the way

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Crankshaft journal sizes 3 months 1 week ago #23784

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Frank833 wrote: Those are MUCH better pistons that what is in the Crusinimage BigBore kits. But the price reflects it.


I know lots of guys that have run the CuriseImage pistons in 4 cylinder Hondas and been very happy with them. I have a set on the shelf ready to go in some day (not for a while hopefully)
Hello from Canada's We(s)t coast.

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