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    66v cylinders and crank?

    Is it true that a non welded crank will be better then a welded one for normal daily riding on a stock ski because of balance purposes.

    Why are the nikasil cylinders better then resleeves. Will resleeves work as good for a stock ski.


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    welding a crank just makes it stronger and keeps everything in phase. I can't see it throwing off the balance of everything.
    The nikasil coating is great stuff. Really tough by kinda expensive when it does get damaged. I have never heard any feedback on a sleeved setup. I'm sure someone will chime in on them.

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