The gap is in the centre of the intake port "tongue" that hangs down. Also, I seem to recall many have deduced that the pins coming out were largely due to excessive cylinder/piston clearances and basically getting shaken out. Wossner's are 0.7mm clearance, less than wiseco's, provided the cylinder was properly prepared for the piston.
"You can lead a person to logic but you can't make them think"
LMAO LOUIS. Not like triples leaving Brawney in Redneckville or you in America. It was a nice rescue effort.
It wasn't that bad. Luckily I had my bag of goodies with me to help pass the time until the calvary arrived with the trailer.
Although the banjo music and some guy yelling sooooweeee off in the distance was starting to make me a bit nervous...
As for those fargin iceholes towing the bike in the videos. I would of used the rope to tie down the bike on the back of the ATV and then sat on the front and enjoyed the ride.
"The calvary" That was me myself and I... ;D
Can't leave anyone out when their broke down. I had two guys offer help when the H2 stuck solid on the way to Mosport.
I agree with Don on the ring over the pin. It's not fair to blame the piston manufacturer till they take it up with their rep. Maybe they would have paid up a waranty if they had a chance to inspect it.