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If you save for a set of C2 P&C then talk to Mike at JB Racing for a set of their steel lined cylinders and JE's, there are no large clearance issues and they are bulletproof. The cost is about the same compared to a new set of Mahles vs their setup.

I just figured it was worth a look just to see if the pistons were round and being the causing of the leakage. I would what to know, just to satisfy my curiosity.
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I will let you know as soon as I figure it out- trust me Im dying to know. However I am just going to get a set of 3 pistons and send them to the machine shop so that way things can go quicker. The only thing that gets me is why would this surface now? All I want is to be back on the road.
Those JB cyls sound like fun- If and when I am in the market I will look into them. If I run those I am also going to run JE's. If I run that combo dont be surprised to see a 200 shot of spray in there as well...
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Hi i think there fine motor had other problems
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motorracer- You think py pistons are fine with that bad of a leak down diffrence? I wish you were right- Im just going to bring the pistons/cylinders down to the machine shop and let them look at them.
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