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2-stroke piston diagnosis

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Old 09-25-2007
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Default 2-stroke piston diagnosis

I'm not sure where this would go, but if anyone needs help on "reading" their pistons here ya go

http://www.smellofdeath.com/lloydy/p...diag_guide.htm
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Default Re: 2-stroke piston diagnosis

while most of that info is great there are a few things in there i don't agree with.
and a typo or two.

like a flexihone 10% smaller than bore diameter.
LOL you'd have trouble honing with that.
you need a hone 10% larger than bore diameter.
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Default Re: 2-stroke piston diagnosis

Thanks for posting it, it will helpful for some one that has
never looked at there pistons before, at least it will give them somewhere to start.
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i dont believe what they say about,if you add oil it will burn hotter,with less lub you would get more friction.i would always rather have to much oil then not enough.more the marryer
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If you run premix and you over oil you will actually have a lean condition as the extra oil displaces the gas.
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