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    SBT vs Hot Rods crank

    I have just picked up a 2006 gp1300r, and I am in need of a new crank. I was hoping someone could give me some good advice on which crank assembly would be best. I am trying to choose between the hot rods and the sbt.
    Thanks for the help guys.


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    crankworks

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    Cool

    crankworks if you have money,hotrod if not

    sbt?-have you though of taking up golf instead

    later cd

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    A lot of people have had very good results with the Hotrods cranks.

    I sell them for a good price.....

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=52178

    They come complete with the front mag bearing & wrist pin bearings. No core required so you save some $ on core shipping.

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    Water Worx "Dan"is great to do business with.I don't think you can beat his price either,and a new hot rods crank to boot!And like he said no core,great shipping prices,and fast shipping too.It's a no brainer "Dan's your man"

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    Quote Originally Posted by saxy415 View Post
    I have just picked up a 2006 gp1300r, and I am in need of a new crank. I was hoping someone could give me some good advice on which crank assembly would be best. I am trying to choose between the hot rods and the sbt.
    Thanks for the help guys.
    I personally would not use an SBT crankshaft. Go with OEM or Hot Rods or Crankworks.

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    Crankworks recommended that I get a HotRods crank. I was comparing new OEM to HotRods.

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    Have not been following the 2 stroke threads for a while,so I can't remember who, but if your fitting a new crank, I know that for not alot of extra money there is a large front bearing version available from someone-\can't remember for the life of me who, but def worth doing.
    Somebody with more knowledege will chime in im sure.

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    cant see why you would ned larger bearings on an already over engineered crankshaft, but hey, over over engineering has no pitfalls

    We use Hotrods in the race boat (ok only for 20 hours) and in every yamaha 2 stroke we build, supply etc.

    been a great product with no dramas.

    havent used sbt so can't comment.

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