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    VE cylinders

    Where do you buy VE cylinders? Who is or was the manufactuer?
    Can I re-sleeve my stock rave 800 cylinders to make a 920 or do I have to use VE cylinders?


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    VE = Versatile Engineering

    AKA www.revlimiters.com he is no longer selling or making the VE line.

    Not sure if you can do a stock cly that big, RQ would know.

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    Milller made a 920cc using re-sleeved stock cylinders and Honda cr500 pistons.
    You need a spacer plate gasket between the cylinder and crankcase to work with the Honda pistons.
    He also made heads to go with the setup as well.

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    Cool

    just talk to RQ, ve cylinders no longer available BUT Mel miller can do almost the same

    later cd

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    VE cylinders

    How do you get a hold of Mel Miller parts? who sells them?

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    Mel doesn't like to be called directly. I think he still sells through Bill Oneil of Watercraft Majic. You can PM Bill on PWCToday and ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alostaunau View Post
    Where do you buy VE cylinders? Who is or was the manufactuer?
    Can I re-sleeve my stock rave 800 cylinders to make a 920 or do I have to use VE cylinders?
    VE cylinders were sold through Gary at Micro Touch. Heads too, although Mel machined them also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96XPSS View Post
    VE cylinders were sold through Gary at Micro Touch. Heads too, although Mel machined them also.

    are VE920's mono blocks? i saw a VE800 block for sale on the forums a while back and it was a mono block? purpose of this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongorunner View Post
    are VE920's mono blocks? i saw a VE800 block for sale on the forums a while back and it was a mono block? purpose of this?
    It's like the 951 cylinder. The only advantage to a monocylinder is perfect spacing between the two cylinders, which equal perfectly centered domes and identical squish.

    There are no benefits from VE 800 cylinders that I know of. I've never seen one in person though.

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    My monocylinder has 4 extra finger ports. Is that how they come?

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