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Old 12-09-2009, 04:35 PM   #1
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Bore Shop Recommendation?

I am looking to bore out a Honda CRF230L to 240mm and then mount the cylinder kit from BBR Motorsports. Anybody got a recommendation for a quality shop that will bore the cylinder for me?
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If you are buying a kit you do not need the cylinder bored. If you want the stock cylinder worked the only person locally that can do nikasil plating is Rat Racing in alvin.
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If you are buying a kit you do not need the cylinder bored. If you want the stock cylinder worked the only person locally that can do nikasil plating is Rat Racing in alvin.
Yes, I am buying a kit, and yes I do need the cylinder bored. The kit only comes with the piston and cam. See Bore Kit w/Cam 240cc for the CRF230 http://www.bbrmotorsports.com/Products/Products.aspx "Your OEM stock cylinder will need to be bored for installation." Thanks for the tip on Rat Racing, plus they are close by
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