Jpich85 Posted January 26 Share Posted January 26 (edited) I'm in the process of stripping down my engine for cerokote, it's my first time doing so I'm learning along the way, due to money unfortunately I can't spend too much on it so when I rebuild it I'm having to just fit the existing pistons and piston rings back in. I bench tested the compression on a cold engine and I had 150 on all 4, so I thought that was OK. The cylinders are glazed and pretty shiny which I've researched isn't what they should be. I'm just checking if I should do I hone on the barrels before I fit the pistons back in or is it best just to refit with the shiny barrels? Ideally I'd like new rings and maybe get them +1mm re bored but don't think I can afford it. It's on my gsxr750 1985 Edited January 26 by Jpich85 Quote Link to comment
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