I have to say, a piston at 94.82 would be rocking around all over the place in the bore, with the resultant damage to the ring lands on the piston
With that much cyliner clearance, pistons tend to tilt over and punch their way out of the cylinder
I think you mic needs calibrating, or at least a zero (75.00mm) check.
If the piston really is that small, then odds on the cylinder is gonna be oversize (and you've already noted the marks where the rings stop at TDC & BDC) so a hone will do nothing to improve the clearance issue, and you need a re-plate and hone back into service limits
Micrometer is fine.
Cylinder is fine, or will be with honing. It mic's in spec, top, bottom and middle.
Piston is not fine. Way out of service.
A worn piston has nothing to do with a worn cylinder, unless there is catastrophic failure.
The Cylinder is 1,000 times harder than the piston.
The motor had audible slap at idle.
I believe this motor has been running on poor quality oil, and/or for more than 200 (more like 400) hours.
...which is irrelevant, cause it's mine now. I cast no aspersions on the previous owner. Caveat Emptor.
You are making tons of assumptions and guesses.
Edited by Krannie, March 02, 2013 - 03:25 PM.