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Cylinder / Piston

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  • Cylinder / Piston

    Sliding the cylinder on the piston gets to be a btich some time, how do you guys do it the efficent way w/o breakin the rings?
    -smoke dank and you'll live another 20 years ;D

  • #2
    i think that there is only one way? and i squeez the ring so the end close together while i slide the cylinder on and i never break my rings
    Sport hybrid rc/lh, .675, HPcarb, TGN X-CAN, ADA Head Kit 15:1 dome, ADA Chrome Filter, SRE modded piston, ADA Polished Handlebars, PPS Sport Race Deck, Chrome Slidetube, Steel ftg


    • #3
      Wiggle the cylinder, never force. Make sure the rings are in the proper spot and always lube the piston and cylinder with a light coating of oil.
      Ada All the way.