FYI. KOR just bought a bunch of Blaster cylinders and heads from Ebay. My plan is to port these cylinder up front for stock trail rides and have them on my shelf ready to ship the same day I receive your re-buildable core. No need to wait. You'll get a freshly bored, ported cylinder, modified head for pump fuel, OE top end gaskets, top end bearing, and Wiseco piston. Give me two weeks and I'll have three kits on the shelf. Not really a for sale post. Just looking for comments.
FYI KOR just bought a bunch of Blaster cylinders and heads from Ebay My plan...
What's going to be the price?
Great businesses come up with great ideas
What else do I need for a decent power gain? Sorry but I'm new to 2 strokes. Is this all you need to wake it up a little?
What is porting a cylinder??
Cleaning up the intake and exhaust ports to get better flow so there are not any edges restricting anything. When cylinders come out of the cast they have sharp edges in the ports where the rings may catch as well
Not only cleaning up the rough edges, but shaping the ports to alter the timing and exhaust and inlet flow.
A great deal of power can be achieved with a expert port job.
How much for whole top kit?
Prices will be the same as what's listed on my website. It's not going to save you any money, just the wait time. Here's the exchange policy. Any ideas are welcome. Blaster core exchange policy
Heads: Spark plug hole and threads must be in good condition with no Heli Coils or other type of repairs. No previous machine work is allowed. No broken fins.
Cylinders: Cylinder bore must be able to be cleaned up to a maximum size of 67.5mm. All threaded holes must be in good condition with no Heli Coils or other type of repairs. Sealing surfaces (cylinder top , bottom, intake, and exhaust) must be in good condition with no modifications. No previous cylinder porting is allowed. No broken fins. Only OEM cylinders will be exchanged. Cylinder head studs must be installed and in good condition. www.kenoconnorracing.com
Time is money. An core specs all sound perfect, I know myself I won't put any work into a cylinder that is beyond 67mm to me it's just not worth the time to do a almost worn out cylinder