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June 4th, 2014, 03:19 PM   #21
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I don't think that the rod is 125mm C to C Rui? I think it is 125mm?

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I think Taffy meant its 125 overall... and not 125 center of hole to center of hole.
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maybe ... he has written C to C, but its hard to tell with all the acronyms

if 125mm is required; the 560 rod has a 20mm small end bore so if needed you could rebore it to 22 and change the centre to 125

if the pin requires modification to fit this provides another opportunity to adjust the required rod length but the pin information isn't being shared.

piston dimensions and squish are also needed to get everything right

measuring everything up an getting a custom carillo is the best option and the sooner they are ordered the sooner they arrive, check out these babies



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Travis has 3 KTM 560 rods in stock
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