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Anything else? I have a Suzuki lt80 2 stroke engine not going.Just died one day.So I checked for spark.That was o.k.,checked and cleaned carb.thats o.k.Then I opened up the head and took off the cylinder and piston which are really gouged and sraped to buggary.I think thr oil injector has given out.so will premix in future.Is there anything else I need to check or do before getting a new piston/cylinder?

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  • rigger094 Jul 25, 2009

    When you say'Hone out the engine"

    do you mean hone out the cylinder?

  • rigger094 Jul 25, 2009

    o.k. .... thanks alot for ya help.Much appreciated!
    John

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Along with replacing the piston, I would assume that you are replacing the rings. I would also hone out the engine while you are at it, that should help make it last longer. Otherwise it sounds like you are on the right track. Let me know how this turns out.


Benjamin

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    Benjamin Patri Jul 25, 2009

    yes, that's exactly what I meant

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