On my quest to reduce vibration and prevent my '06 KLR from burning oil, I have gradually found my way to a lighter Wossner piston. I'm aware that not all KLRs burn oil, but as mine burns an egregious amount (1L roughly every 1.5K), I'd like to get some opinions on the best way to remedy this problem. So, if you've put in the piston, was it worth it? Stock bore? I'd like to do something as simple as possible while still preserving the bikes' reliability and my dignity. How much did it cost? Replacing the stock piston seems like something I could do myself, with the exception of honing the cylinder. Is there anything else I should do or know before ordering and installing the parts? I would also like to know if the Wossner piston (any bore) reduces vibration in the bars significantly. The bike only has 6500 miles on it, is bone stock, and has no issues like loose motor mounts or blown rings. I want to be sure I'm attacking the two causes of my concern: the vibration and oil consumption. Am I in the right ballpark? Thanks!