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Who has rebuilt there engine.
What parts did they use and what do you recomend ??
I'll be doing it later this year, rod is noisy and I'm burning oil.
 

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I reccomend all Honda parts, they are cheaper then most aftermarket, and are **** good.
But if you are looking for more power, most of the piston companies all make pistons for our machines. Wiseco has off the shelf pistons for sure.
Personally I like to stick to the factory manufactured parts.
 

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What did that do for power and how many more cc's did you get??
 

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i also did a topend rebuild not to long ago on my foreman...i did the honda 75 over piston,all new gaskets,etc. and i also bought a new head and had a local shop do a mild port and polish job on the head for the heck of it....also installed a snorkel and had to re jet when i put it back together and its not a rocket but it definately has more go than a stock motor
 

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I am in the process of rebuilding my wifes 400 foreman now, I am doing a complete rebuild crank, bearings and a top end. I got the Wiseco kit, it was about the same price as a honda piston kit. With me doing it myself, I think I have spent about $500-$600 on parts so far.
 

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Thank-you for the info.

How far can you machine the stock cylinder sleeve ???

Is the High Lifter BIg Bore sleeve any different than the stock one ??
 

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1.00 this is the max bore on a factory cylinder

With the HL Big Bore kit you will have to get the jug machined to fit the new sleeve that comes with the kit.
 
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