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So folks i opted rather then rebuild my big bore to go with two 800 h/o cylinders on my 07 and i am wondering should i get the cat pistons which i assume is cast...or is there an after market which is cheaper and just as good..??....and a supplier that is on this site ..??..

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Definitely Cat pistons.
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Changed out the stockers in my 1000 at 2500 just because. They still looked new. Put in Wiscos and ran it another 1500 with no issues.
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