Drag Specialties 3-3/16" Piston Set for Ironheads

Item Number: 338118

5 stars 1 Review
$46.70$58.95

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Product Description

Drag Specialties

Drag Specialties 3-3/16" Piston Set for Ironheads

  • Pistons come complete with wrist pins and circlips (sold in pairs)
  • Piston rings are not included

Spec Details
Bore 3.187 in.
Compression Ratio Varies (make selection above)
Displacement 1000cc
Engine Type Ironhead
Material Aluminum
Quantity Pair
Size Over Standard Varies (make selection above)

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.

Harley Davidson

  • XLCH1000 Sportster 1000 1972-1979
  • XLCR1000 Sportster Cafe Racer 1977-1978
  • XLH1000 Sportster Standard 1972-1978
  • XLS1000 Sportster Roadster 1979-1985
  • XLT1000 Sportster Touring 1977
  • XLX1000 Sportster 1000 1983-1985

Customer Reviews

Ironhead Pistons and Smoother Performance!

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5 stars

By on March 22, 2017

Good pistons! I had to take a little off one skirt to match the weight but they were pretty close to start with, lighter than the HD cast iron Flintstones slugs! , Engine smoother now with these pistons, not that any 1000 HD is smooth! Using these pistons with 24/51 final gearing makes a much more user friendly motorcycle! I went .010 overbore making it 1024 cc, case machine work is required to put 24 teeth on the front sprocket but it is well worth the effort! Both dowel pins must be removed, or at least 1/2 of the top one and the bottom one. HD should have made the 1000 case stock to accept sprockets with 24/25 teeth! But once again HD cheaped it out using old 1957 883 tooling, but remember they were bankrupt and being rescued by AMF executives! Just imagine how many Sportster's they could of sold with proper 24 tooth gearing! Most likely the very low gearing and massive vibrations killed sales on every bike that was test driven first and up to 76 they could of balanced the clutch hub but had chose not to! . It takes a good mechanic to smooth out a Ironhead! . It can be done without major crankshaft balance.

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