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Yamaha Yfz450 Yz450f Complete Engine Rebuild Yfz 450 Parts / Labor on 2040-parts.com

US $899.00
Location:

Strasburg, Virginia, United States

Strasburg, Virginia, United States
engine rebuilding services
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This base price includes the following:

Tearing down and splitting cases of your YFZ engine.
Inspecting all parts
Cleaning all parts
Checking all bearings
Complete engine gasket set (standard bore only)
Complete engine seal set
New Hotrods crank
New clutch kit
Resurfacing cylinder
Resurfacing Head
Polishing cam journals if needed
Shimming valves
New valve seals
New timing chain
New Piston - compression of your choice up to 13.5:1. (standard bore only)


Once I have determined IF your engine needs anything else you will be contacted with a quote for parts. Specialized parts will be quoted as needed. Shoot me a message for more information or a quote on your particular situation.

SHIPPING:

Buyer is responsible for shipping cost, including return shipping. You can expect to pay $50-60 east coast, $70-80 west coast to ship your engine to me (these are one way cost). I do not recommend shipping your engine in a cardboard box. PLEASE ship your engine in a 60 quart Igloo cooler on wheels with the lid screwed shut. I have included a photo of the cooler for your reference. 

*** Sorry but I cannot be held liable for shipping damages in either direction. We ship about 100 engines per year, each one is packaged carefully. PLEASE ship your engine in a 60 quart Igloo cooler on wheels with the lid screwed shut. ***

TURN AROUND TIME:

Build time will be based on the amount of damage / parts needed for your engine. Some specialized parts may take longer to receive. Or if you want a used part (such as an engine case) I will need time to hunt it down. I do believe in prompt service and excellent communication.

ADDITIONAL MODS / PARTS:

Port and polish head add $195
Polish combustion chamber add $80
Hotcams in. & ex. add $260
OEM valves $80 each
DelWest +1 or +2 titanium valves add $90 each
Cutting in larger valves with 3 angle valve job $150
Kibblewhite steel valves $35 each, must use spring kit
Kibblewhite valve spring kit add $195
Standard bore cylinder kit add $220
Big bore 478cc cylinder kit add $300
+3mm stroker crankshaft add $70 (makes 501cc's with 478 cylinder kit)
OEM Yamaha crank add $150
Oil Squirter nozzle installed for 04/05 models add $80
Powder coat complete engine add $300


WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:

  • Prompt service
  • Excellent Communication
  • Pictures of your project sent via text
  • Excellent prices on needed parts
  • Honesty
  • Safe return shipping

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