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    Default Re: Re Sleeving the cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by arvstreetracer View Post
    Hi,

    Here it is:
    Vishwakarma Engineering Works
    C-8, Shiv market, Jhundupura, Sector 11, Noida. (near Dharma Villa Guest House)
    Conta No. 9899301147

    Hello do these people also deals in crank refurbishment work,

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    Quote Originally Posted by kusmaker View Post
    Hello do these people also deals in crank refurbishment work,
    Yes, I have got done many from him. He uses Maco rods for Yamaha and Suzuki.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arvstreetracer View Post
    Yes, I have got done many from him. He uses Maco rods for Yamaha and Suzuki.
    But what i have heard is that Maco connecting rods are of inferior quaity, and what brand sleeve these guys use for the cylinder block

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    Quote Originally Posted by kusmaker View Post
    But what i have heard is that Maco connecting rods are of inferior quaity, and what brand sleeve these guys use for the cylinder block
    Maco is one of the best available aftermarket rods IMHO. Three of my RXs are running on Maco only including one 5 speed. Yamaha India doesn't supply rods separately. You may try your luck finding an OEM crank assy (costs around 3500-4000 INR).
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    Default Re: Re Sleeving the cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by yamdoot View Post
    A sleeve job is the only choice if a new cylinder kit is not available or is insanely expensive!

    Id say the cost depends but expect it to be about half the cost of a new cylinder.

    P.S- If 'here' means Mumbai, then forget about it. They dont even have CNC machines to bore them.

    @ Yamdoot, sir Rajesh Boring works in Sion ,kadad industrial estate has CNC boring machine to carry out the job,He is a expert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arvstreetracer View Post
    Maco is one of the best available aftermarket rods IMHO. Three of my RXs are running on Maco only including one 5 speed. Yamaha India doesn't supply rods separately. You may try your luck finding an OEM crank assy (costs around 3500-4000 INR).

    Are you totally satisfied with the performance of an sleeved cylinder, no overheating in extreme hot weather like that of delhi right now, no abnormal sound, decent mileage, and is engine running smoothly, like that of new cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kusmaker View Post
    Are you totally satisfied with the performance of an sleeved cylinder, no overheating in extreme hot weather like that of delhi right now, no abnormal sound, decent mileage, and is engine running smoothly, like that of new cylinder.
    By the way I am using CBR250 for my daily commute. A friend's brother fell in love with my RX100 and he took it away. Still have 2 RX135 - one 4 sp and one 5 sp which I do use occasionally. That friend is quite happy with the performance of sleeved bore in RX100 without any issue. Earlier I have used sleeved bore in one of my 135s without any issue. Presently, both RXs have genuine bores and Maco rods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arvstreetracer View Post
    By the way I am using CBR250 for my daily commute. A friend's brother fell in love with my RX100 and he took it away. Still have 2 RX135 - one 4 sp and one 5 sp which I do use occasionally. That friend is quite happy with the performance of sleeved bore in RX100 without any issue. Earlier I have used sleeved bore in one of my 135s without any issue. Presently, both RXs have genuine bores and Maco rods.
    Could you suggest a good mechanic for Rx-100, in noida or nearby delhi.
    Thanks for the information,

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    Quote Originally Posted by kusmaker View Post
    Could you suggest a good mechanic for Rx-100, in noida or nearby delhi.
    Thanks for the information,
    What work do you want to get done? I do work on my motorcycles by myself. It has been years since I visited my mechanic for any RX related work. He lives in Noida Sector 9. If you need, I will provide you his number. Problem is most of mechanics are busy working on 4t motorcycles only and get paid better. They ignore 2Ts due to parts availability and other factors.
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    Default Re: Re Sleeving the cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by arvstreetracer View Post
    What work do you want to get done? I do work on my motorcycles by myself. It has been years since I visited my mechanic for any RX related work. He lives in Noida Sector 9. If you need, I will provide you his number. Problem is most of mechanics are busy working on 4t motorcycles only and get paid better. They ignore 2Ts due to parts availability and other factors.

    Most of the time i also do the same, working on my motorcycle by myself but the engine rebuilding stuff i have never done by myself, so it would be quite handful if you provide me with the number.

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