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i've been looking around for new pistons to rebuild my motor this year. money is tight, and im looking for ones that are cheaper than buying them right from Cat. I have found these piston kits made by Kimpex, it includes the piston, rings, wristpin and circlips. each piston assembly is $54. has anyone had any experience or opinions on the Kimpex pistons?
heres a link. http://www.psep.biz/store/arctic_cat_snowmobile_kimpex_piston_kit.htm
 

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I would use spi pistons if you can get some, imo a much better piston and i dont think youll pay much more.
 

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ilive4snow700 said:
i've been looking around for new pistons to rebuild my motor this year. money is tight, and im looking for ones that are cheaper than buying them right from Cat. I have found these piston kits made by Kimpex, it includes the piston, rings, wristpin and circlips. each piston assembly is $54. has anyone had any experience or opinions on the Kimpex pistons?
heres a link. http://www.psep.biz/store/arctic_cat_snowmobile_kimpex_piston_kit.htm
Personally i would go with SPI, they are about the best for non-racing, Wiseco is good for racing, SPI and stock are good for general use/lightly modded sleds. Here they are on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2000-Arctic-Cat-ZR-700-SPI-Piston-Kit-2-Pistons-Rings-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem588971339eQQitemZ380263019422QQptZSnowmobileQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories#ht_1010wt_935
 

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^ there you go cheaper, and id trust them pretty much to the ends of the earth.
 

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Empire087 said:
^ there you go cheaper, and id trust them pretty much to the ends of the earth.
Yep, SPI makes very good pistons[thumb]
 

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ilive4snow700 said:
thanks guys, im gonna go with the SPI's.
Anytime!
 
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