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Ski Doo 800 Formula Iii Mach Z Gt 70.50 Mm Std Bore Spi Top End Piston Kit on

US $164.95

Maine or Indiana Warehouse, United States

Maine or Indiana Warehouse, United States
Condition:New Brand:SPI Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:SPIP221

Includes: 3-Pistons, 3-Ring Sets, 3-Wrist Pins & 6-Circlips
Engineered to provide the best possible path for combustion chamber heat transfer to the cylinder walls
All pistons, rings pins, and circlips are manufactured to OEM specifications
All individual components are interchangeable with original parts
Piston weight compatible with original piston

Pistons are for Standard Bore Size 70.50 mm

3-Complete STD Bore OEM Style SPI "Dual Ring" Piston Kits
3-SPI Wrist Pin Caged Needle Bearings
1-Winderosa Top End Gasket Set

1997 - 2003 Ski-Doo 800 Formula Mach Z
1999 - 2000 Ski-Doo 800 Formula III (809cc)
1999 - 2001 Ski-Doo 800 Grand Touring (809cc)





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