1984 Honda Aero 125

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1984 Honda Aero 125

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I am new to this forum. I bought a non running (of course) scooter at a yard sale and when I tore down the engine discovered that there was no piston. Apparently the piston had seized and they honed out the cylinder but then found out they could not get an oversized piston. I just bought a Suzuki gt250 x7 oversized piston from England. is it necessary to have it modified? And why? Thanks.
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Can you explain why exactly did you buy a piston for an engine with twice the displacement without any idea if it will fit (which it likely will be too big)?
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Ref post of mileslord on feb 9 2017. The 250cc Suzuki takes TWO 125 cc pistons. Look up the part number.
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I don't have time to go searching for random posts or for part numbers on motorcycles about which I have no interest. You need to take it to a mechanic who knows what he/she is doing. He will then tell you what size piston you need.
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