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FS: N.O.S. NPR 86P Piston and Cylinders set of 4 912 356

Set of 4 NPR New Old Stock 86P pistons and cylinders set as pictured. I was told it was a big bore kit purchased a while ago for a early 912. Includes wrist pin clips. Made in Japan. I did not take the pistons out of the cylinders but I did move them and they are not stuck. $900.
I can ship these in the USA for $20. US Mail Flat rate. Located in Connecticut. Sold as is please do your own research. Thank you.











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NPR Big Bore Kit

Hi Keyla,
Is your NPR Big Bore Kit still available?
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Spacers

Any indication with the instructions of spacers needed between the cylinders and the case to reduce compression, or valves hitting pistons ?
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Any indication with the instructions of spacers needed between the cylinders and the case to reduce compression, or valves hitting pistons ?
what you're referring to is a function of things like desired compression ration, how many times the heads have been fly cut, modifications to the combustion chamber, etc.
spacer thickness is determined during assembly based on considerations other than cylinder height, which does not vary.
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Ty901, I photographed what I have. T do not have any of the technical information you write about. NOS sold as is, Thanks .
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Ty901, I photographed what I have. T do not have any of the technical information you write about. NOS sold as is, Thanks .
right. you *won't* have any of this information. it is determined during engine assembly and compression calculation. I was attempting to clarify this for Gunzel.
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Thanks again ty901. These are still available.
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