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How would I go about putting it on while reassembling? Don't wanna get to the point that I have to cut it again lol.
its really very easy . there is a pic on 13-16 just put the chain on the sprocket and sprocket on to the shaft , that's all you really need to do with the chain till the cylinder is ready to go on

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And when it comes to rebuilding the head, should I go with OEM or Kibblewhite? Or are there any others out there?
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you going to do a +1 on the intakes ? any head work ?

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the very best valve you can get is offered from RHC

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How would I go about getting head work? Take it to a shop right? And if I don't do head work, it doesn't make sense to go +1 I'm guessing? And I'll look into RHC, haven't heard of them but the kibblewhites are so much more expensive than OEM.
Also, I got the valves out and see that all my guides are broken and all the valves are bent... Gonna stick it in the oven, I really hope I can get them out.
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How would I go about getting head work? Take it to a shop right? And if I don't do head work, it doesn't make sense to go +1 I'm guessing? And I'll look into RHC, haven't heard of them but the kibblewhites are so much more expensive than OEM.
Also, I got the valves out and see that all my guides are broken and all the valves are bent... Gonna stick it in the oven, I really hope I can get them out.
if it were mine the head would go in a box and off to RHC

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How much would it be for the port work?
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How much would it be for the port work?
ask Ron Ron Hamp Cycle

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If I port it, do you think I should go with the +1mm valve too?
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