Vertex 4-Stroke Piston

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Vertex 4-Stroke Piston
Vertex 4-Stroke Piston
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Important note: This piston is for a stock sized bore. Please measure your cylinder to check clearance before ordering.

Vertex Four-stroke Pistons:

When it comes to power and performance, Vertex four-stroke pistons are hard to beat. Forged from the highest quality 2618 aluminum alloy, Vertex pistons are perfectly suited to handle the rigors and high pressures of today's modern four-stroke engines. Plus, to aid in the break-in process and reduce wear, every Vertex piston utilizes a unique Molybdenum Disulphide (MOS2) coating on the piston skirt.

  • With the purchase of a premium quality piston, every Vertex piston kit contains a complete set of nitride-coated or chrome-plated piston rings, a fully case-hardened wrist pin and circlips - all at a competitive price.
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Location: Bismarck, ND

Easy Installation, Easy to break in and comes with everything you need to freshen up that top end. Have about 6 hours on it in my 06 crf250 and its still going strong. Great performance and definitely know what my next piston will be too!

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bd510 Location: Fallbrook, CA 92028, USA
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tk76 Over 9 months ago
What is the comp ration w this pistion std bore warrior 350?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 months ago
The Vertex piston (23103) for your 350 Warrior would be 10.25:1 compression ratio.
Gage 1 year ago
Is this kit a complete kit for Both cylinders or is it just a kit for only one and i would need to purchace 2 kits on a brute force 750?
Top 1 Contributor
1 year ago
The Vertex Piston is sold per cylinder. You will need qty=2 for a Vforce or Brute Force Kawasaki.
bd510 2 years 7 months ago Location: Fallbrook, CA 92028, USA
Would i have to get my cylinder serviced if i installed this 1 ring piston? Compared to the oem 3 ring design? Will the ring seat properly with the previous wear pattern?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
There is no special servicing required for this piston versus a stock piston. Depending how much time is on the cylinder, it may be a good idea to run a quick hone through it to clean it up before installing this piston. That is very hard for me to determine though without seeing the current condition of the cylinder. Other than that though, again, no special requirements.
12B30B4 2 years 8 months ago Location: Colorado
Whats the best aftermarket high compression piston for my KTM 350 SXF?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Any of the aftermarket pistons are going to be good. I would have no problem recommending any of the major manufacturers such as, Wiseco, JE, CP or Vertex. Each engine builder will have his own preference, but realistically they are all pretty similar. Personally i have always used Wiseco Pistons in my bikes.
jdeezy 2 years 10 months ago Location: Houston
Compression Ratios and Hi comp option?
Is this the correct compression ratio? The Vertex website offers a OEM replacement (13.2:1 for Honda CRF 250R 2010) and a high compression for 14.1:1. I'm not sure where the 13.6:1 comes from but it seems like a happy medium if its correct.
MotoSport Staff
2 years 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
If you order this piston for a 2010 CRF250R you will receive a 13.2:1 compression piston.
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