That’s not bad. I’ve already spent enough that I’ll keep this damn thing for life. Now I just have to find someone for the cylinder hone/bore. Thanks!Here's his eBay link https://www.ebay.com/str/schumannmotorworks or you can call Chris at the number I posted earlier.
Price depends on the work needed. For me it was a light resurface, 1 Time Sert for the damaged sparkplug thread, 2 stainless exhaust valves, 2 Kibble White intake valves, 4 bronze valve guides and 4 Viton valve seals plus the Serdi valve seat cut. A little over $400 for everything.
It's what we do hereWow. Those are a fourth the cost of the ones I found. Thanks guys. Insane savings for me. I couldn’t do this without you all.
If I measured incorrectly there’s no way I would need more than 1mm over right? I’m just new to all this.
I just noticed these are shipped from Japan. About how long did you have to wait? I haven't received a shipping notification yet.For the boring call these guys 206-420-8736, it's a place called Moto Shed in Seattle. I used Tom's Performance Machine Shop here in Vancouver so you might check with local performance/race type machine shops in the area. Member "Tools" also does machine work, not sure where he's located.
On the head the exhaust studs can be left in place. Chris will charge extra for removing the gasket material but he does a media blast cleaning of the head before working on it.
I'll vote for the 1mm over bore, any machine shop you use will require that they have both new pistons on hand before they'll do it.
I bought these pistons which have the rings and new pins included. https://www.cruzinimage.net/2017/08/17/68-73-honda-cl350-1-0mm-oversize-pistons-set/
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