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    Big Bore 1050 or Stroked 1150 XPL?? Need Help!

    Hey I am new here, but have been searching on here the past 2 days trying to find out some questions. I am looking for a recreational XPL that I can play around with, that has alot of power. Its mainly gonna be for wave jumping and goofing around. Im not trying to break a speed record by any means, but if it'll hit 70+ then I want it to get there fast. Im looking for some speed, with exceptional torque. I have some questions about this.

    1. Of the 2 ,big bore or big bore and stroked, which is more reliable? Like I said I will not be trying to do any top speed records, so it wont be held wide-open that much, I just mainly want some fast speed (maybe 70ish) with insane torque.

    2. What is needed for a 951cc to be stroked and bored to an 1150, motor-wise? I have read whats all necessary for it to get big bored to a 1050, but I would like to know what all is neccessary to get stroked to an 1150cc, like what needs to be upgraded?



    Any info would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks in advance.
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    rxp

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    PM yudlose2 for info...he doesn't check the two-stroke section that often. He's built many 1050's, Mel Miller is the one to build a stroker. I have never built either, but can tell you getting to 70 is going to require a drastic decrease in reliability of the 951 engine.

    67-68 can be had reliably, but higher is asking for more frequent teardowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96XPSS View Post
    67-68 can be had reliably, but higher is asking for more frequent teardowns.
    Ask pimpinxp about that.. LOL

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    alright, thanks for the fast info.

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    i think a stock xpl will be fine for wave jumping ...make sure you buy some extra motor mounts ...homie of mine went to the ocean came home with a couple broken mounts ( keep in mind it only has 3 mounts )

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    dont think stroker, the crank alone is like 1300$. then spacer plates. then porting cause it needs more intake to work. then pistons. then machine cases. then peddals ......................,....,...,...,...,...,...,.. .,..


    you want torque, your gona pay.....

    juat my .02

    crash

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    951 = kaboom

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    i would think a good surf boat would be
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    remapped rotax racing mpem
    disconect the accel pumps and rejet
    yeah it wont do the big speeds you want but it would still be a fun boat

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    The stock pipe with compression provides the best low-end torque.

    Buy a head and rejet with Fly's, add a 13/21 Skat Swirl. This would be my ultimate surf boat.

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