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  1. I've got a set of stock cylinders with a stock stroke dune/play port by Jeff at F.A.S.T. The only reason I'm selling is because I'm upgrading to cubs. Before I tore the bike down, each cylinder had 135-140 psi with 20cc domes at 1000ft asl. I'm assuming they'll need a fresh bore and hone before reinstalling them, but I'll send the pistons with the cylinders if someone wants to use them again. The bike ran fine prior to taking everything apart. I don't have any gauges to measure the bore, but the wisecos are 513M06500, which I think means the bore is .050 over stock? Please correct me if I'm wrong. Both bores feel smooth to the touch. I couldn't notice any ridges or scratches along the bore with my fingernail. $225 The crank is hot rods stock stroke. As you can see from the pics, I got a little carried away with sealant the last time I put the cases together. Despite my overzealous use of sealant, the bike ran great and the bearings spin freely with no binding or grinding. I don't have an v-blocks or measuring tools to test the bearings roundness or run-out, but as I said earlier, they still spin nice and smooth and came from a good running motor. I was able to get a hold of some feeler gauges to measure the connecting rod side clearance. According to the manual, connecting rod side clearance should be between 0.25-0.75mm. As you can see, I got 0.50mm on both rods. I'll be more than happy to provide additional pics if someone has concerns. The only thing I've noticed that MIGHT need replacing would be the bearing on the flywheel side of the motor. It spins freely with no grinding or noise, but it's the only bearing that I could notice with some axial play. It might be just fine, but I have no idea and haven't dealt with enough crankshafts to know one way or the other. $150 Lastly, I also have a lovely set of stock carbs with the god awful TORS still attached. I also have the K&N clamp-on pod filters that go with the stock carbs. I don't have pics of the filters yet, will post tomorrow. The filters aren't pretty, but functional. I've also got black outerwears that I'll include, they're also pretty rough. I believe the carbs have a 27.5 pilot and 300 mains. The carbs do include the attached throttle cable. If anyone has any questions, just let me know. $70 for the carbs, $20 for the filters and outerwears. <iframe width="480" height="360" src="http://s629.photobucket.com/user/bavhx4/embed/slideshow/Banshee"></iframe>
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