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April 24th, 2016, 03:12 AM   #1
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Price of used 570 cylinder and crank?

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After a friend wrecked his 570 engine (http://husaberg.org/lounge/21783-fri...tml#post170404) we are looking for solutions. We got a nice offer from Taffy but sadly my friend is on a tight budget right now. So our solution right now is that I will rebuild his engine using a set of used cases he got cheap, and to take the crank, cylinder and piston from my 2nd 570. Then he will later repay me for the crank and cylinder (piston I will give for free). What I will get is his old crank without shaft and a cylinder in need for honing (maybe 610..?)

What do you think is fair for him to pay me? My parts are run about 80 hours. Work and so on is of no concern for me as he is a good friend.
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April 25th, 2016, 09:37 AM   #2
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Cylinder and piston are not that expensive a crank is very expensive for a 570 around 1500euro if I remember correctly (could be wrong).
Cylinder after 80 hours should be good as new I would say at least 200e for the cylinder new one is around 400 e 650 for kit cylinder + piston
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April 25th, 2016, 10:16 AM   #3
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A new crank is about 1000€ here in Sweden, but yes expensive. Cylinder+piston for 200 feels reasonable.
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April 25th, 2016, 11:59 PM   #4
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I have a rod kit for it, why can't you rebuild the crank with a new rod?

I don't get it?

re-nikasil the liner?

I can do both jobs of course!

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April 26th, 2016, 03:01 AM   #5
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I will rebuild his crank and I will take his cylinder. The thing is my friend is so tight on money right now so first priority is to get his bike to run. So I will use my good parts from my 2nd bike to get his running. Then later we will look at how to do with money, when it's time to fix up his old parts for my bike. So my question is really just for my friend and I to get an economic overview for what's ahead.

I thank you for your offer Taffy but I will rebuild the crank myself together with a person here in Sweden who will teach me how to do it. The cylinder I think I will convert into 610

The reason for my friends economic situation is Isle of Man TT. It ended up with a choice for him to either cancel that trip or to do this summer season without a bike. And obviously that choice can't be done,so we fix it for now and worry later


So if anyone will be at Isle of Man TT you will find a group of Swedes on Husabergs (most of us).
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April 26th, 2016, 03:49 AM   #6
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why go 610. just more bloody hassle!

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April 26th, 2016, 04:18 AM   #7
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Very true. But I bought the second 570 to tune and have fun with, so hazzle is expected.
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April 26th, 2016, 09:24 AM   #8
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He's a guy so more is better. Who cares if it more work. Young dumb and full of ......... Plus it's more money for the dealers also keeps the economy going!
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If I didn't like to spend time in the garage I would have stuck with only one 570. And if I wanted something smart I would have had a 350. But that's not the point of my interest.
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Go the 610, too much fun !
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