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    05 RXP blown motor

    Well i posted on here a few weeks ago about losing rpm. It ended up the motor being blown, with a bad crank, 2 scored pistons, chewed up oil pumps, etc. My question now is, the case is fine, is there anybody that rebuilds the crankshafts, or are you stuck buying a new one. The other question is, am i better off replacing the pistons with stock equipment or going aftermarket. please let me know of any ideas you have, im ready to ride again.


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    Falicon Crankshaft can rebuild your crank. While your at it have them strengthen your rods.

    http://www.faliconcranks.com/

    I love the stock pistons. They're made by Mahle (same company that makes pistons for Porche)

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    Thanks for the reply ill check them out

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    I called falicon they said if you want the full rebuild its about 388.00. Thats a lot less than 1400 from the dealer. They said i would have to supply them the parts. Thanks for the info.

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    You're very welcome. Falicon is top notch!

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