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Kawasaki KDX250 (1980-82) / KX250 (1978-86) 2 Stroke Wossner Forged Piston Kit  83.45 
Ex Tax of 20% 

Overview

Wössner are regarded by Europe’s leading motor sport engine builders as being the piston of choice when building an engine not only to perform, but to withstand the stresses and duress’s of competition life. Wössner pistons feature a unique PTFE coating on the skirts and a grade of 4032 Alloy (T6) which allows the engine builder to run a closer piston to bore tolerance then he might do on another make of piston. This helps remove the slapping noise during cold start, common place among engines running forged pistons due to larger then OE bore clearances. The crowns of the pistons are also polished to better resist detonation on a high performance engine. Polishing allows a more even spread of heat inside the chamber which will help prevent “hot spots” on piston crowns. Price includes all piston rings and gudgeon pins.

 

Specification

Specifiction

Technical information is sourced from Wossner's latest catalogue

Part Number 8203
Engine Type

KDX250 / KX250 - 249cc

OE Bore Size 69.94mm
Bore Sizes Available

69.94mm

70.44mm

70.94mm

71.44mm

71.94mm

Stroke 64.9mm
Comp. Height 31.5mm

 

Available Options:
8203 Size Options:
69.94mm - 8203DA 
70.44mm - 8203D050 
70.94mm - 8203D100 
71.44mm - 8203D150 
71.94mm - 8203D200 
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