Hot rod crank works great in the new motor.
HOT RODS Complete Crank Assembly
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I had my stepsons bike rebuilt with ALL HOT RODS parts not quite 2 years ago and I can tell you how good these parts are, we had a complete rebuild done and I just checked the compression and it's STILL the same no drop. These parts hold up great and it helps to have an knowledgeable person to take it apart and put it together right and we had a nice long break in time. Now I'm getting ready to do a complete rebuild on my 2012 KTM 250 XC . THANKS AGAIN!!.
My crank no longer makes any noise bought this as a replacement since my bearing went out on my old one
This was a good replacement
Hot rods are the standard replacement crank I use. Never had an issue with 2 or 4 stroke crank replacements.
Direct fit. Easy instal. Would buy again. Went 3 on performance just because its oem spec . And 2 or durability because i only have maybe 5 hours on the rebuild but so far so good
Used this crank in a kx100, and used in a few CR125's. Good power delivery and can't beat the price and quality
it has given my bike more power than my old yz250 my ktm 250sx has great power, always starts first kit since installed, going to order new one as i have done about 200hrs on the bottom but still running like a treat
Bought this kit complete with athena gaskets, wisco piston, boysen power reeds. The engine was an easy assembly. Haven't ran it yet but I guarantee it will run better than new.
Had to rebuild the KTM 65sx and this did the job. The bearings they sent did not feel right when I pressed them in. But no worrys HOT RODS over night me a set to replace them. We have ran this crank for a whole season with no problems and plenty of power.
used this as a replacement in my 2007 crf 450r. Only 3 hours on it so far but no complaints.
the main bearing went out after 8 hours of run time then the rod craked and is lodged into my case
Although the Rod is stamped, "made in the USA", the Hotrods crank and bearings are made in Taiwan, which is the Republic of China. The lower bearing on the one I purchased lasted exactly seven tenths of an hour. Adding insult to injury, Hotrods customer service is non-existent.
We've been racing bikes for years. When you go to trouble of tearing your motor down all the way to put a crank in it, you want to know you're doing the Right Thing. You want a piece of mind. We can tell you without a doubt
the Hot Rods Crank is the Best Value and most of all we know our engines can take the Pounding of All Out Racing! Hot Rods Crank kits are for sure the best!
Just fully rebuilt my bike. Feels brand new again! This crank is solid and is working great!
This is a great product and fits perfectly and if know how to install in very easy and includes the crank and connecting rod assembly
put it in my yz125 after i destroyed stock one. seems good quality. raced it hard a couple of times and hasn't blown apart yet. bought it in the whole kit with bearings and seals and gaskets and piston. went together smooth and engine feels fresh.
this is my third hot rods crank ive used to replace oem and they always pop right in with no problem and are strong and last good product
This is a little harder to install than the Wiseco since the bearings aren't on it already. Great product though. Hopefully it will be as durable or more than the WISECO
yz250f. The crank measured true within one thousandth before installation. Bearings installed nice and the bike runs very smooth. The bike has about 20hrs of riding with no crank or rod issues and no weird looking oil at changes. If the crank continues to operate this good for a reasonable period of time I would definitely buy another.
Part Number: 4016
1995 - 2005 Kawasaki KX 100,
1991 - 2000 Kawasaki KX 80,
2001 - 2005 Kawasaki KX 85,
2003 - Suzuki RM 100
Your best bet is finding someone who is able to rebuild your existing crank. If you give us a call, we can assist you in getting a connecting rod and a crankshaft bearing kit.