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post #1 of 13 Old 02-18-2011, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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Best Place To Buy Engine Rebuild Kits for Brutes?

just like the title says guys my buddy on his 750 2006 model ran it low on oil sounds like it spun a main bearing but we havent got it torn down yet doing that next thursday so I was wondering where the best place to get a standard rebuild kit from thats going to be good and hold up for him?? all suggestions are greatly appreciated thanks yall and also hes kinda on a budget as well thats why he only wants to go standard...

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post #2 of 13 Old 02-19-2011, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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Not sure where to get complete kits but there is always places like Babbitts,cheapcycleparts and dealerparts to get the individual parts you need.
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what all do you need? If you are replacing pistons/rings/ all that j*** too, might as well spend a few extra dollers and get better (HC) ones! it will be well worth it!


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well polaris425 what happend was my buddy run his brute low on oil and and sounds like to me he spun a mainbearing cause when you rev it a little it knocks pretty bad and its def in the bottom end i havent tore it down yet imma do that this thursday....so if he spun a main hes going to possibly have to put a crank in it and all so i was wondering what was the best way to come out and the best place to get a rebuild kit but he wants to stay standard bore cause he aint the cash for a big rebuild he wants to have it running in a month or so cause we got a big ride coming up in april

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Well thats the good part about HC Pistons, they are std bore... but the higher compression really wakes these things up.

If you dont have to replace the piston, I can see not wanting to drop $ on new ones, BUT, if they need to be replaced.... or even just if you are going to put new rings in, rings are like $80 a set, and new HC pistons WITH rings can be had for $150. < That was my point there... lol

But any of the sites mentioned above should be able to supply ya'll with replacement OEM parts for a decent price.


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You could try our sponser on here wbm engines, you send in your motor and they send you another rebuilt one for a reasonal price

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bigblackrancher called wbm its 2500 bucks for that crate motor thats a little to steep for my buddy but thanks tho

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polaris425 where are you talking ab getting the HC pistons for for 150 bucks and that comes with wrist pins and rings right??

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I Got mine thru FCP about 3 years ago. AMR (one of our sponsors) sells them but not sure how much... There were a set in the classifieds section here not long ago... new, that someone bought and didnt install.


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bigblackrancher called wbm its 2500 bucks for that crate motor thats a little to steep for my buddy but thanks tho
no problem and sorry i thought they were cheaper

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How much is he wanting to spend? You should prolly open up the motor to find out exactly what you need.

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