I'm assuming that is not something the average person can't do themselves, or requires special equipment??Good set of busa pistons, rings wrist pin.
8 hours labor.
Cylinger honed/bored for proper piston/cylinder clearance. Set proper ring gap (may need new rings).
Average person can set ring gap...but probably can't bore/hone for proper piston to cylinder clearance.I'm assuming that is not something the average person can't do themselves, or requires special equipment??
I believe the diameters are the same size, but I think the widthe is different. I have a stock SV piston here at work. 2.470 looks like SV wrist pin width.I think the wrist pin is the same size, but you want the 'busa pieces because they are lighter in weight, pins and piston.
thats impressive. what machine shop did the work, i'd like to give them a call and have them do mine if possible.No clue honestly...never bothered to check. Sent pistons/cylinders out for machining. Assembled motor. Filled up with premium and have been enjoying it for 17000 miles.