Replating and repairing an O.E.M. cylinder takes time. And replacing an O.E.M. cylinder with another O.E.M. cylinder takes money - plenty of it. But Cylinder Works has a better answer: Get new now, get Cylinder Works!
Gone is the wait associated with replating and repairing, and so is the price tag - all without sacrificing quality.
Each Cylinder Works replacement cylinder is:
Stock in appearance.
Nickel silicon carbide plated.
O.E.M. quality without the O.E.M. price.
Made in the U.S.A.
Why Cylinder Works uses nickel silicon - Nickel silicon carbide plating is used on the cylinder bore of every cylinder in the Cylinder Works line-up. The reasons for using nickel silicon carbide, as opposed to cast iron or chrome plating, are simple. Nickel silicon carbide allows for tighter tolerances between the piston and cylinder, provides a low-friction surface, is extremely durable and allows for greater heat dissipation to the water jacket. All and all, the end result is a cylinder that not only yields higher performance, but will provide enthusiasts with a durable and reliable upgrade to their bike or ATV.
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A: Yes. Just be sure to correctly select the Year/Make/Model of your bike before ordering so we can be sure to send you the correct cylinder for your bike. The image is a generic image supplied by the manufacturer for reference only. It may not be displaying the exact part for your bike. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Location: Gatineau, QC, Canada
Q: If i buy the big bore kit for my yz250 2001 how many cc it would become?
A: This would be Standard bore. If a big bore is available through one of our suppliers, we would be happy to order it for you. Please call one of our sales professionals to inquire about special orders and availability.
Dirt Bike / ATV: 1-888-676-8853
Q: Replacing the cylinder?
Over 7 months ago
if I'm replacing the cylinder and putting new piston in does the cylinder need machine work or does it come ready to go