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Kawasaki Yamaha Polaris Arctic Cat Seadoo Waverunner Pwc Cylinder Boring Service on 2040-parts.com

US $69.50
Location:

Rockford, Michigan, United States

Rockford, Michigan, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Sea doo 580 587 650 657 787 800 650 550:900 1100 750 SLT STX GTX SP ZX Daytona Monte Carlo

For sale is a cylinder boring service for most snowmobiles, atvs, motorcycles, and pwc's.  We can overbore your cylinder as long as it is 2.5 inches or larger.  This listing is boring service for ONE cylinder.  After boring, your cylinder will be precision honed, ports chamfered, and shipped back to you within 1-2 business days of receiving it.  Please send your cylinder along with the piston that you would like to have it matched to: Powersport Salvage 12405 Northland Drive, Cedar Springs, MI  49319.  If you do not have a piston, we can get you one as well.  Call 616-885-0370 with any other questions.  

 Our turn around time is usually 1 business day after receiving your cylinder AND piston.   We return ship priority USPS which is 1-3 days in the US.  International shipping will vary.

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