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RE: [turbobike] Aries pistons

Abraham Mara (AbeFM@dis.member.org)
Tue, 30 Nov 1999 17:26:04 -0800

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     Anyone have anything to say about aries pistons?  I went to get a set
from Orient Express for my 77 KZ-1000, and they eventually told me they had
not rings for their pistons.  These new guys are a bit more, but have been
around a while - so I was hopeing they are allright.

    Not to get off topic, but I have a Turbo City draw through kit with a
plenum the size of my thumb, and it ussualy seemed reasonably snappy (good
throttle response) as long as the accel. pump was dumping half a tank of
gas everytime.  Though this might have been more in the mid-upper range of
the revs.

                -Abe.

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