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May 3rd, 2018, 11:16 AM   #61
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An aluminium cylinder nicasil treated can be bored out to have an iron liner no problem, have had it done many times on my ducati engines. You may want to be picky about who does the job as if its not done right the liner will sink :/
We have a company here that do work for the likes of race teams but Thumperracing would get the job considering the experience they have had with these.

With that said, I probably should revisit the viability of their own manufactured cyl.

I donít think Mat (Bergslmerg) did a thread etc on his rebuild. Would be interesting to go over what he has achieved the second time around.
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Indeed. You want to hire some bloke that has done the same exact cylinders before and has been known good working or give the guy a sample cylinder already with a liner in it that is known good working. Both usually works, Ive learned this the hard way
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The ported head from Anders Berglund arrived today. Payment is a standard head in return. Pretty bluddy fair deal I reckon.


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Nice! Can you make a part nr list of the gaskets please? TR didn't send them to me.
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Jon, it hasn’t been sent yet.

I’ve asked for the numbers to pass on to you.
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