Cylinder and piston sets
are only a few choices here, you can go for an 88mm or a 90.5mm, in either a
stock or long stroke design. DO NOT EVER USE A SLIP-IN SET as the
cylinder wall are too thin to withstand road use for any length of time. For the
same reason this guy, along with many others, do not recommend the use of 92mm
cylinder sets. These have the same outside diameter as the 90.5mm sets, but
obviously have a larger inside diameter, thereby giving a thinner wall. As Dick
Nuss would say "Boo 92s". I had a set of 92s which, after only 2 race meetings,
had four shiny lines up and down the cylinder and four beautifully untouched
lines. This was caused by the cylinder becoming squared to the four head studs
and the rings then binding on the walls. Don't let this happen to you as it
costs much more and takes longer to strip down a road going engine.
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