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Type of pistons to use?
#1
Well with over 6ooo+ miles on my sled she is due for a rebuild. I have told to use OEM parts by some and was told to use wiseco by others.

Anyone have any suggestions?
What have you used?
Is there any other options?

I want to do this right so the price difference between the two isn't relevant. though the wiseco is cheaper I'm being told they are better.

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#2
I've had good luck with wiseco. Heard bad thinks about kimpex.

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#3
SPI is supposedly the bottom of the barrel in the piston world so I've heard.
6K on OEM 'Doo ones can't be that bad, stick with 'em I'd say.
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#4
i've always tried to use o.e.m., unless someone has a cheap budget. agree with greg, 6000 on oem, i would stick with them.
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#5
From what I've read, forged pistons (weisco's) will expand faster than cast pistons (ski-doo OEM) which in some instances, had an increase of failures w/ 4 corner seizures. I'd stick with OEM since you are not building a custom race engine where you would likely custom bore the cylinder anyway...not to mention getting 6000 miles on OEM is really good...especially on a single ring'd piston!

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