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  1. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Silent chain Exclusive heat treated links create excellent friction and impact resistance Engineered to exceed OEM specifications and tolerances
  2. 4 reviews

    NOTE: Requires special Vertex long rod pistons and G093 gasket kit when using OEM cylinder heads. All new assembly sold complete with Hot Rods connecting rod Factory assembled and trued to OEM specifications, Hot Rods cranks will meet or surpass the OEM in performance Ready for installation Crankshaft is completely rebuildable with genuine Hot Rods connecting rods Stroker crankshaft assembly add 1.5mm to 5mm of stroke depending on application; in some cases cylinder head must be modified or special pistons used (as noted) Main bearings not included
  3. 1 review

    Hot Rods crankpins are manufactured from hot-rolled ASTM 4115 and case hardened to 58-62 Rc Hot Rods works directly with their bearing factorys engineering department to bring you the latest in caged needle roller bearing designs for high rpm Uniquely designed big end uses strategically located side scalloping and vent slots to minimize high rpm bearing race distortion Hot Rods are double forged to improve grain flow and maintain dimensional consistency Shot peened to eliminate surface stress risers and to smoothly blend the rod forgings radiuses together, which unlike hand-ground and polished rods produces more consistent dimensioning and surface finish for superior strength under heavy loads By shot peening the connecting rods surface, fatigue durability is improved two times over a forged rod and over eight times when compared to polished rods Double honing produces an ultra-round (50 millionths) bearing surface, producing a reliable high-rpm connecting rod Small ends are double drilled to supply extra lubrication and cooling to the wrist pin bearing, which is especially important when the piston crown is close to the wrist pin bearing Also feature silver-coated bronze phosphor thrust washer Rod assembly sold complete with rod, crankpin, crankpin bearing, top end bearing and thrust washers
  4. 1 review

    SPECIFICATIONS Falicon 1-Piece Knife connecting rods feature: * Integral hardened and ground bearing race * Specially designed for High RPM, High Horsepower engines * Forged Alloy Aircraft Steel * 100% Machined * Ampco Bronze Bushing in small end * OEM and Custom Lengths available
  5. 0 comments

    Its a great bike. But I decided to do a full restore. Ill have it finished in a couple weeks!
  6. 0 comments

    Love it, it gave me some problems before the rebuild but now it's better than ever. Big bore gives it crazy bottom end and the cam makes up for that loss off the top. Awesome bike all around.
  7. 0 comments

    Still one of my favorites, hence why I still have it.
  8. 0 comments

    Entirely too fun. This is the only mx bike I have owned and it has way more power than I will ever need. It's very stable at high speed, can be lugged without fear of stalling, and punches in every rpm range. Cons? It overheats pretty quickly in off-road settings, has a hard time leaning in turns, and can be difficult to handle. Still, I give it a 5 outta 5.
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    I love it. I can beat 250f's all day with it. These bikes are awesome stock but when you mod them they are even more fun!don't listen to anyone who says a 125 can't beat a 250f. They can! I raced open C on my 125 against 14 250fs and i got 5th over all these 125s haul ass!
  10. 96 rm 250. Ive traced my problem of white smoke to a bad tranny side crank seal. Found it during a leak down test. The bike was supposed to have had a rebuild recently. After the rebuild it had no spark, kid sold the bike to someone that fixed it and now i have it. All the part riecepts i have are from feb 2014. My question is can the seals be pulled from the outside without splitting cases? Put a screw in the seal to pop it out. Or are tge installed from the inside?
  11. I have a 96 KDX 200. Had new topend, and reeds put in about 10 hours ago. I took is down the road really easy 1 time and ran perfect. Coming back I got on it a little but never full throttle in about 4th gear. All of the sudden I heard a real loud knocking noise. I let it sit there and try to idle but then it just quite. I tried kicking it but it was really rough. I pulled the spark plug out and kicked it about 20 times and all seemed normal. Put the plug back in and it was still really rough. It will try to crank but then quite all of the sudden. So I took it apart and replaced crank and all bottom end bearings also the wristpin bearing. Still doing the same thing. Im tired of chasing the problem and need to get to the bottom of this. Any help would be appreciated!
  12. So I have been hearing that hot rods redesigned there cranks ? Is this true? When did this happen!
  13. Hey there, so just recently the top end of my 2009 kx450f was rebuilt. I break it in and go to my buddy's farm to go ride around and all is fine and dandy for about 2 hours. Im going to pull up next to my truck and ended up stalling out the bike. Then i go to try to start it again and i kick it once, no start. Twice, no start. then on the third time im about to kick it, it got super stiff. like insanely stiff. i could stand on the kickstart and bounce up and down without it moving. I then muscled it down a stroke and the same exact thing. on the 3rd cycle of the kick start coming back up it gets crazy stiff. So i take it home and start to wonder. I know that it isnt anything with the top end, so bottom end it is. I pull the oil filter and this is what i see(in the pictures). Its a grayish silverish metal thats all in the filter and housing. What is this?!? My buddy said that there is a spacer somewhere that is wearing out but he doesnt know. What is it? Anybody?
  14. Hello Guys Hope everyone is doing well, I been very happy with My purchase , but no time to ride at this time I had the bike for 2 months and only has 155miles on it. I when for a small ride a few days back and the next day notice some oil near the Oil drain. I begin to look for the source and came across this ( please see pictures ) not sure if this is a drain ? or maybe missing a hose ? Have any of the Red Riders out there had the same problem ?
  15. All original parts, how does it look? Both intake and exhaust are too tight to measure. At the last valve check I had one intake valve that couldn't take any feeler, figured I'd be looking at a valve job soon. Kibblewhites? TRX? Should I replace piston, or can it be cleaned?
  16. I just had my bottom end rebuilt and put a Wiesco crank in it and I'm pretty sure it went out today..the crank has less than 20 hrs on it so i don't know of this is even possible. But I have heard bad things about Wiesco cranks so it could be possible . What do y'all think? Should I call Wiesco and see if they would work with me? Probably gonna go with oem if they don't
  17. This is a 2008 CRF450X. Piston, valves and cyclinder have about 50 hours on them. The noise doesn't sound like valves, harder to detect when reving, could it be the connecting rod? http://youtu.be/qlvP9SoJT5I Thanks.
  18. Here's some connecting rod, and bearing info I'm collecting. I was hoping the photos would show up. I guess I'm still a dumb ass at this Left to right are Stock OEM - Hot Rods - Carrillo You can see the quality the Hot Rods and Carrillo show over OEM. The Carrillo is a thing of beauty and almost the same wieght as the much smaller and weaker "looking" OEM. Much like comparing a CP piston to OEM. Weight is as follows: OEM - 246 grams Hot Rods - 278 grams Carrillo - 252 grams The bearing cage photo's are showing wear at just over 34 hours. You can see the rollers are wearing into the sides of the cage. And there's more wear on the thrust washer than I'd care to see. http://s1291.beta.ph...C00701.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00700.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00699.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00698.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...C00697.jpg.html http://s1291.beta.ph...html?sort=3&o=1 http://s1291.beta.ph...html?sort=3&o=0
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    Bought the bike for 400 locked up on the bottom, tore it down and rebuilt everything fresh and new.
  20. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION Specializing in all KTM crank rebuilding. Supertrued within .0005"! http://www.cookseycrank.com
  21. 1 review

    With this trick billet aluminum filter system, you can re-route the crankcase vent hose to eliminate oil mist and crankcase contaminants from entering directly into your carburetor or throttle body
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