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Old 02-26-2012, 10:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whats good im looking to get a big bore kit for ky 2006 450 but do not know which is the best the athena or the cylinder works kit please help me out if u know any info on either thanks a milli
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Ive never ran a big bore but from what ive read and heard nmotion/jsr cylinders are the best but pretty pricey I do believe. Next I would say athena they are the most resonable and good cylinders from what I've read how ever the piston that comes in the kit is junk dont run it. Thing to watch for on the athena cylinder is that its a bit shorter than oem cylinder i think there is a pinned thread above that explains it. As far as the cylinder works they have had problems in the past with them cracking, but they supposedly fixed it with their gen 2 cylinders. Some people say to stay the hell away from them and then others will say that they havent had a problem with them, to me it would be a gamble.
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I ordered an ice cube last week. I've seen a lot of guys at my dunes with them and they haul ass so I'm goin with that. If I had the money I'd go with JSR.

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the athena is a really good kit, and you will have NO problems running the piston that comes with it, its just only a 12.1 compression is all.
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The athena piston is good for a paper weight and that's about it.
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Thanks for the input i believe im gona go with the athena kit with the hot rods stroker crank should i be running a bigger carb with the kit or leave the stock carb on i have the stock carb on now jetted with the powerbowl??????
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Just checkd out the jsr big bore kit and i think thats what im gona go with but wont see it for a month backorder thanks Alot for the advice any riders here from south florida where theres absolutly no good spots to ride????
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Get a Curtis Sparks big bore kit. A bit on the expensive side but it is the best kit hands down.
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I've had great luck with Cylinder Works and Athena Cylinders you don't always have to spend a lot to get a good product. I've had problems with billet aluminum cylinders in the past blowing head gaskets. Regardless of the cylinder you buy just make sure you change the oil and clean the air filter often if your concerned with durability.

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Just checkd out the jsr big bore kit and i think thats what im gona go with but wont see it for a month backorder thanks Alot for the advice any riders here from south florida where theres absolutly no good spots to ride????

I live in lehigh acres florida and we have some great areas to ride over here...we are on the west coast of florida straight across from miami
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