Re:new piston and rings question

mbartell /
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I just got a brand new shiny piston for my sachs. I was wondering if I should cut the skirt on the intake side to match the old one or leave it alone?

The new piston is a little taller from the pin to the top, and will increase compression a bit. The sachs usually runs with a 50:1oil ratio, so I'm going to break it in at 40:1

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  how long is break in on new piston and ringsTopic by: chuck russo chuck russo 10/16/01 10:07AM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: don-ohio don-ohio 10/16/01 02:06PM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: chuck russo chuck russo 10/16/01 02:24PM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: Brian Brian 10/16/01 02:51PM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: chuck russo chuck russo 10/16/01 03:09PM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: Matt Matt 10/16/01 03:46PM
  Re: how long is break in on new piston and ringsRe: Rich King Rich King 10/16/01 05:10PM
  Re:new piston and rings questionRe: mbartell mbartell 10/16/01 05:23PM
  Re:new piston and rings questionRe: chuck russo chuck russo 10/16/01 06:11PM
  To Mbartell:Re: don-ohio don-ohio 10/19/01 09:57AM
  Re: To Mbartell:Re: mbartell mbartell 10/19/01 11:20AM
  Re: To Mbartell:Re: don-ohio don-ohio 10/19/01 01:13PM
  Re: ThanksRe: mbartell mbartell 10/19/01 03:31PM
  Re: ThanksRe: don-ohio don-ohio 10/19/01 03:53PM

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