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humayun humayun
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 10/13
Posted: 10/19/13
03:00 AM

hello,

i am new to this forum, i have two 750 SOHC's, 1973 & 1974, one of them has a standard cylender and need a replaced piston kit. i am thinking to install 836CC kit in it. but as you know the original pistons are pritty Flat, but on the other hand 836cc pistons are high doom, so i am affraid it will gain more temperature. and the bike will heat up. as here in pakistan we have hotter weather. please advise what am i suppose to do?  

 
motohorseman motohorseman
Enthusiast | Posts: 508 | Joined: 04/13
Posted: 10/19/13
10:57 AM

As long as you have access to good quality high octane fuel, the bike is properly jetted and tuned, you should have no problems. An aftermarket oil cooler would not be a bad idea anyway. Good luck!  
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