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EMGO Pistons for Triumph 650 c.c. Motorcycles - Standard

EMGO Pistons for Triumph 650 c.c. Motorcycles - Standard
006922
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These pistons are produced for Triumph 650 c.c. motorcycles by Emgo and include the pair of pistons, two wrist pins, and four keepers as pictured. These pistons are a stock 9:1 compression ratio. Piston rings are sold separately.

NOTE: Triumph 650 c.c. bikes have a 71 mm bore standard, +0.020" is 71.5 mm, +0.040" is 72 mm, +0.060" is 72.5 mm, and +0.080" is 73 mm.

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SKU 006922
Makes Triumph
Finish Raw
Material Aluminum
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