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I have a 2003 250yz

I need to know if this has a nickel plated barrel

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  • Steve Draper May 11, 2010

    I think it has.
    I take it you want to either `hone the barrel or `bore` it out and put oversize rings in.
    But that shouldn`t stop todays modern tools.
    Unless ! its a sleeved barrel.
    Please let me know more
    good luck


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Yes, nicasil actually

The cyl will have a letter stamped on it to indicate the piston size.

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