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post #1 of 14 Old 08-18-2013, 02:18 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2008 700xx and I have full exhaust and programmer, I'm wanting to get some more go go juice without messing with clutches and stuff can I go a 727 big bore and be safe or which bore kit do you prefer need someone with experience I do a little drag racing!
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I used a hotrods stroker crank and a cylinder works big bore kit as they come out of the same factory, and the big bore kit is made in the usa, not some dodgy chinese factory...
Hotrods,hotcams,cylinderworks and pivotworks (with vertex) all trade under the same parent company so would like to think all their stuff gels together nicely..
All seperate parts are readily available for rebuilds too..
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Get ahold of eric at ehs for more power. Me personally i will never put a hot rods crank in anything i own. Seen way to many of them fail way to soon in mx bikes at work.
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Seen way to many of them fail way to soon in mx bikes at work.
What part fails ?
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Best bet with out doing a BB is doing a high comp piston, port job, and different cam. If you have unlimited funds, then go ahead and do the big bore, but you will have to do all the others as well. Plus a valve job could help.

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Just the rods always wore out
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Ok, thats good to know..
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I've heard mixed reviews about cylinder works and vertex. I stayed away from them. I got a cp piston and had the stock cylinder bored. It's a 715cc

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Has anybody here actually had a cylinder works cylinder? Would like to know how it fits and how its holding up
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Has anybody here actually had a cylinder works cylinder? Would like to know how it fits and how its holding up
I created a thread on it a while back with lots of pics... The cylinder is identical to the oem one, even has 686cc stamped on the side so no one would ever know its a big bore. Its made in the usa...
I put the stroker crank in as well.. thrashed to death for 600 miles now without any problems..
So with something like $2000 worth of fatboy 4 exhaust, K&N filter, vortex x10 power commander, big bore kit and stroker crank giving 751cc what do i think ?
Complete waste of money ! In all honesty the only difference is another 10mph top end?
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