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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-19-2019, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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What kit for top end

Does everyone have a particular brand they use when rebuilding a top end? I’m gonna be replacing the jug, piston and rings
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What rhino?
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What rhino?
Shoot man I’m sorry. I have an 06 450!
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Prolly gonna have to keep it stock, if i remember right from when i had my 450 there aint much out there in performance motor parts for the 450. But with the proper clutch sheave and spring and a cdi my 09 450 would run 42 mph all day long and would climb like a beast


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Man is the wrist pin on these motors pressfit? Or is it something that can be heated and cooled in order to install? I tried to find a rebuild video but I don’t know what code the motor is. All I could find was a yzf 450 rebuild video!

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Prolly gonna have to keep it stock, if i remember right from when i had my 450 there aint much out there in performance motor parts for the 450. But with the proper clutch sheave and spring and a cdi my 09 450 would run 42 mph all day long and would climb like a beast


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I would go back with OEM parts and not sure the aftermarket even supported the 450 for these parts

I can't tell you on the wrist pin on the 450 but if like a 700 and 660, you won't be changing it.

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