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    PSI PERFORMANCE
    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 7:49 AM
    ANY ONE KNOW WHY IT TAKES 6 MONTH'S TO GET A PISTON FROM THIS COMPANY FOR ONE OF THERE MOTORS ?   HE 11 , HURT A PISTON AND YOUR DONE FOR THE SEASON , NOT TO MENTION THE ONE WE SENT WITH THE CYL. MYSTERIOUSLY GOT LOST. Sad [:(] ANY ONE KNOW OF ANOTHER RETRO PISTON THAT WILL GO IN THE T-CAT PSI 1,200 89MM BORE MOTOR ? 
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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      March, 2006
    Posted by mr.boost on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 8:24 AM

    Mr.Ron.

    Bruce has a strong reputation of not paying his bills, Wiseco will only produce on a paid in advance in full basis with him....LOL.

    The stunt he pulled in Wi. with the banks is following him, thanks to his wifes divorce attorney to the grave.!! he reall is getting just what he brought upon himself. LIKE ME...

    Contact the good folks at Venolia, send tham a unit to copy, you should get them in 4-8 working days, Bruce burnt his bridge with them too, .

    He is rumored too be starting his own little church]]. We here in Maine call him the DODGER!! Tax dodger that is...

    Mike

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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 8:26 AM
    eeek , tks for the info on venoliaWink [;)]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by BOOGER on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 11:16 AM
    Call Cutler Performance he has pistons for those..
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    • From: Oneida Lake, NY
    Posted by King Motorsports on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 11:35 AM
    Booger.......I never really looked close, but is a Cutler cylinder a copy of the PSI casting from years ago?

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    • From: Waterbury, Connecticut
    Posted by SUPERTUNER on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 11:42 AM

    Ron... Depending on the wrist pin diameter, both Wiseco (Forged) and Pro X (Casted) make 89mm pistons they would be for Honda CR480's and CR500's. The year for the CR480 is 1982 to 1983 and the CR500 is 1984 to 1989 and also from 1990 to 2001. 

     

    Part number for the CR480 is #554M08900.

    1984 to 1989 CR500 same #.

    1990 to 2001 CR500 #936M08900.

    These are Wiseco numbers. They all have 20mm wrist pins.

    Call L.A. Sleeve for the Pro X pistons.

    Freddie

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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 3:58 PM
    THANKS GUY'S ,  1st choice would be to replicate the other two in the motor , it has cutler carbs , so if they have this piston , awsum...tks booger
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 4:13 PM
    it appears the squeeky wheel deal worked ,  the ash trey is air born and on its way ...Big Smile [:D]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by GregO on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 4:49 PM

    Give Joby Davids a call, he is doing his own thing now that PSI Wild Rose is gone.

     

     

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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 5:53 PM
    tks , funny how it found it's way into the mail  from psi after the hub bub......last winter , bruce was on the stick sending us repair parts while we were thrashing next day air ,  i'll hand him that ,  so i'm on the fence here and appreciate all the avenues sudjested , and am glad we'll be back in buisness shortly , even though there isnt any ice seen thru the tell-a-scope for up-stateIndifferent [:|]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    • From: Jamesville NY
    Posted by Modsled on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 6:38 PM
    Ron, might be a good idea to get a few spare cyls also ..must be some out there.... when you guys go to ESA Schroon lake w/ us in January you may need em with that bottle on there...oh yea, lets have the Mike Hills/N2O ron/Spaz match race that weekend...I'm sure ESA will let us have a grudge match later in the day.. All in good fun folks...pray for ice....and if we dont get ice..travel (www.msrf.ca)

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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 6:49 PM
    i am sending the bad cyl to melenium and getting it fixed for a spare as a presant to pat for christmasWink [;)]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    • From: Jamesville NY
    Posted by Modsled on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 6:54 PM
    We have 1 spare ported/plated cyl and piston..$$$$$$..when you have it you dont need it, when you dont have it you will need it....................BTW, looking for 1000 and up main jets,anyone?

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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 7:00 PM
    dare i say SPAZ ...lol   his current jets are huge......we indexted and drilled ...lol  Big Smile [:D]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by zr10102fast on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 7:13 PM
    PSI  is a joke, I had to sue them to get my money back from them. I would not buy anything from that company...........
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    Posted by n2oron on Wednesday, December 13, 2006 7:29 PM
    we  will see this season what this puppy has for potential,  ...i have faith , give it what it wants , and see what happens...stay tuned.....Wink [;)]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    • From: Waterbury, Connecticut
    Posted by SUPERTUNER on Thursday, December 14, 2006 9:45 AM

    In all fairness to Bruce... He took a $300K+ hit from Scorpion when they decided to file bunkruptcy.  Very difficult at best to survive from something like that.

     

     

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    CMR
    • Member since
      July, 2005
    • From: chicago,il.
    Posted by CMR on Thursday, December 14, 2006 11:00 AM
    A beleive a 1200 psi motor takes a 88mm piston. Alot of people are tired of dealing with bruce and thats why you see alot of PSI stuff being sold. jmo chris
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    Posted by n2oron on Thursday, December 14, 2006 12:40 PM
    88.82 mm piston   Wink [;)]  the cylinder he sent us port matched was beutiful, my only gripe was the time it took to get and some of that was cuz of a liability issue with a plating company , same with the piston , as for the perfomance out of it , we shall see i guess....if it's got what the dyno tech dyno says it's got on the motor , then it's all in clutching it for it's perticular personality.....dont know wether to race it or hook a trailor on the back and haul wood for the local lumber company...lol
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, December 16, 2006 10:56 PM
    I have a 1620 and cracked cylinder last year had new cyl and 3 pistons in 2 weeks but my axx still healing after the hit my wallet took
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    Posted by n2oron on Sunday, December 17, 2006 11:33 AM
    whats the going pice for a 1600 cyl ,  this one for the 1200 cost $1200 Tongue Tied [:S]  the port matching looked good , but if your gonna go thru a transfer , go thru and epoxy ,  dont make it so egg shell thin  that when you run the thing it blows thru or sucks in , yes , sounded like   garbage on the stand , soon as it started , sucked a small hole in the pocket of one of the transfers ,  couldnt have been .003 thick in that spot...Sad [:(]just got back with the epoxy for crying out loud
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by Gramps on Sunday, December 17, 2006 1:00 PM

    And my crew thought it was us some many years back. They are terrible to deal with

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    Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, December 17, 2006 2:28 PM
    Well retail was 1300 i was told gave a deal 1200 hahaha plus porting pistons gaskets full retail  my sled is quite fast and gets attention so he sent me stickers to put on needless to say in garbage
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    Posted by n2oron on Monday, December 18, 2006 8:20 AM

    pat actualy got a hold of bruce sunday afternoon , bruce talked him into 18 chrome head nuts to replace the old gold colored ones..lol......we have a bet on the cost....Indifferent [:|]

    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
    • Member since
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    Posted by Anonymous on Monday, December 18, 2006 1:21 PM
     n2oron wrote:

    pat actualy got a hold of bruce sunday afternoon , bruce talked him into 18 chrome head nuts to replace the old gold colored ones..lol......we have a bet on the cost....Indifferent [:|]

     If i remember correctly they're about $5 each. I wouldn't have a problem with that if the quality was a little better Confused [*-)]  IMO Yes [Y]

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    Posted by 1FASTXC on Monday, December 18, 2006 5:04 PM
    I bought a new water plate for my 990 twin from ol' Bruce earlier this year that i used to get from Joby for $100 but Bruce charged $150, but i needed it so whatever. He then told me he'd "throw in some o-rings for me". I thought ok their on him otherwise i didn't want them since i can get them for free from the local hydraulics shop. Well guess what. He charged me for every one of them, and they're not cheap. He's definately a salesman. 
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    Posted by n2oron on Monday, December 18, 2006 5:18 PM
    5 cyl studs 18 chrome head nuts , 94.00 shipping included ,   must be less than 5.00 a piece lol but it cost pat 20.00 more than 94.00 cuz i won the bet , well , so far , he posted the 94.00 was wrong and for something else , .....i'm still gonna win the bet , cuz he bet 75.00 .....price ya pay for prettyBig Smile [:D]
    clean as a wistle, sorry, things are real polarized these days.
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    Posted by Anonymous on Monday, December 18, 2006 5:22 PM
    IS THAT SUPPOSE TO BE BRUCE ON YOUR AVITAR? LOL
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    Posted by bman on Sunday, December 24, 2006 8:34 PM
    how are psi motors.  looking at a zr900 with a psi 1010.   i see mixed reviews on service, how about performance of their motors?
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    Posted by onefastkitty on Sunday, January 18, 2009 7:09 PM

    do you know where i can get 88.82mm pistons fopr a psi motor

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