if your replacing both pistons, youll probably have both cylinders honed as well. it might not have wrecked the other, but youll be able to tell the best. just make sure that when you have the case split apart (if you do) that theres nothing left in there to cause this problem again. its gotta be clean (no junk, debris). youll obviously want to clean the oil tank if there was something in there. but again, the pictures of the damage dont look like seizure, it looks like a blown connecting rod bearing and the results of the needle bearings bouncing around on the top of the piston. hope we can all be of some help
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