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    Default Re: Bike engine rebuild experience

    Quote Originally Posted by deep007 View Post
    If I have to do the full engine work which would cost 10000-12000rupees than I will thinking to purchase a new bike.

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    full engine work will cost 6-7K. It will involve the partial rebuild process as I mentioned before + new block piston assembly+new piston /oil rings.

    If you also change clutch plate, sprocket wheel set, chain etc., then the cost will go above 10K.

    My suggestion is to get a quotation from a couple of garages and then take a decision whether to rebuild current bike or buy a new one.

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    Hi friends, yesterday, I got engine overhaul done along with new piston+rings, new valve set, head decarb and polish, new timing chain and tensioner, I feel like engine is new, however, it started to produce sever vibrations, my bike never vibrated so much, now it vibrates like i have installed Enfield engine on pulsar chassis, i paid a hell a lot of labour but now i am unhappy, please suggest me what needs be done

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    Default Re: Bike engine rebuild experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Sagar.bijwe View Post
    Hi friends, yesterday, I got engine overhaul done along with new piston+rings, new valve set, head decarb and polish, new timing chain and tensioner, I feel like engine is new, however, it started to produce sever vibrations, my bike never vibrated so much, now it vibrates like i have installed Enfield engine on pulsar chassis, i paid a hell a lot of labour but now i am unhappy, please suggest me what needs be done
    I think you are getting noise from the tapped of your engine, actually when a new block piston is installed,they tapped is supposed to be loose,after 1000 km when you do service of your bike,then the mechanic will tighten the tapped and the noise will be gone. For first 1000 km ride your bike below 50km/hr. This will give life to your bike and you will feel like new one.
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    Icon1 Re: Bike engine rebuild experience

    If done properly with the right components replaced by the right way, it should do as good as a new engine.

    One thing is we should preferably change a component rather than changing a piece for better stability.

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