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charles702

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does any one have a250r with a 300r honda line kit? well my question is wher can u get a 300r piston. i have been all over the internet and only found a few alternitives to problem i have heard you can use a piston from kawaski jet ski 650cc it measures 76mm exactly the standard bore of 300r could this be right? any one with any info please. just want to ride. thanks

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i have heard you can use a piston from kawaski jet ski 650cc it measures 76mm exactly the standard bore of 300r could this be right? any one with any info please. just want to ride. thanks

I remember hearing of using a Jetski piston but I dont remember which one....I also remember others having this problem....They just went to buying the whole kit when ever they were on Ebay or Craigs list...Sometimes Whole motors.....Others went with the 310 kit that used the 85-86 250R piston.....

Hope that helps......

In my opinion......I would go back to the Stock jug and pistons.....That way you can ride it....Save all the money you would have spent on a decent 85-86 R if you want that power....Night and day compared to the Air cooled motor....:yes:

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      does any one know were i might be able to get a standard 76mm piston for my 300r atc engine or an equivalent piston? please any help just point me in the right direction. thank you,charles from lasvegas.
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