The bigger challenge in my neck of the woods is a machine shop willing to do this. I talked to the proprietor of the shop that rebuilt the top end on my old harley. His minimum size is 2.5 inches in diameter, which might cover me. The manual indicates the bore starts at 2.501 inches. He really only works on Harley's but was OK just doing the cylinders at $55 per. I would just need to provide the pistons, rings and the clearance called for between cylinder and piston. Any feedback would be appreciated.
also when the parts manual refers to .25/.50/.75/1.00 what units are they referring to "over" standard - ie .25mm/.50mm/.75/1mm?