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PaulB14Dan (yellow riding fellow)'s thread has some excellent links to top end prices. The $110.00 price range will stick in my head as I vist the dealer today to get their price and availability information.
PaulB14AFter 5 years and over 300 hours I think I'll put a new top end kit into my 300 :o
Smasher.BradAhh Paul, your 300 could keep going! Thats like my uncles YZ125, he went like 4-5 years without a top end job, and finally it went, had 0 compression..he put a new one in :PI too, am looking to a build thread, as we all know you are great with pictures and writing! B)
NZriderpro x is good stuff. they actually make alot of pistons for factory assembled bikes. i know for a fact gas gas use prox pistons and cranks from new.
lfoster29Ten below this weekend. Snow everywhere. You picked a good time to be working on your bike. I am trying to decide what brand piston to put into my 300 this winter as well, let me know what you think of the PRO-X if you order it.
Mark47mxPaul, I think I would throw in the ebay towel I have had little actual luck with it.It often ends up costing more and unless they have pay pal I don't even mess with them.Rocky Mountain can get you a pro-x for less just order the gasket and top end bearing as well it will be less than your ebay supplier.You might look in dirt mart in the back of DR KTM Hutt might have some good deals.enjoy your winter project I always look forward to the rebuild season not as much as riding but...
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