Puch Korado cylinder, single L-ended piston ring. Got this one from overseas and gave it a fresh hone with a new set of flatstones, went medium speed with plenty of oil. It has a beautiful crosshatch, and feels smooth to the touch. I'm filing the ring gap so that it's just shy of touching when installed, and the bike will fire off just like it's supposed to. Mixing 50:1 with Motul. Within a few minutes of running at idle, it starts farting and stumbling, then refuses to hold an idle. When taken apart, the ring gap is now enormous, and all the compression is just chuffing past the ring through the gap. What gives? It seems like it's wearing down the rings super aggressively, to the point where the gap opens up. But it's the correct ring for the piston, and it starts out running perfectly. It's not snagging on a ring, no scratches visible in the ring after it's changed shape...it's almost as if it's being abraded down.