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Old 02-13-2013, 04:06 PM
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Just wondering if any one has ever used millennium before for head repair or if there is a better way to do it.
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What are you wanting done?

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Old 02-13-2013, 04:20 PM
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Just want it to be sleeved honed niklsi coating and a weisco piston put in
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Doesn't sound like you're quite sure what you want!
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If u r wanting the bore repaired and replated millennium is a good choice...just send em your jug and the piston u want to use....they will fix the bore replate and hone to the piston u send....
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Thank you so much will do. can't wait to ride!!!
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that is called a cylinder, not a head.
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used them on my 03 cr250 awesome work. there were a few cracks on the exhaust bridge that they repaired too. everything came out perfect just like a new cylinder
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I just got my cylinder back from them yesterday after a replate and I am extremely satisfied. I sent them a dirty cylinder with gouges and they sent back a cylinder that looks brand new. Only $220 versus $400+ for a new one. The benefit of them doing the cylinder is if you send the piston you intend to use they will make sure it is a perfect fit.
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M.T. is a great way to breathe new life into a cylinder. Always good quality!
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awsome
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Powerseal are also a good choice and it works cheaper to send my cylinder from aus to them to do the replate and hone.
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I just got a cylinder back from Power Seal a few weeks ago, it looks new.
They welded up the damage, bored, plated and honed it back to spec.
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Yea same results here!! My cylinder was looking great!! And they supplied the piston kit so far Ive fixed the oil burning problem I had yay def recomend powerseal and millennium oh and us chrome

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I used powerseal as they were happy to deal with Australian customers
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