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Does The Bore Kit Of Sniper Mx King Is Compatible For Sniper Classic?

Discussion in 'Modification' started by Mr.Neon, Jun 16, 2016.

  1. Mr.Neon

    Mr.Neon New Member

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    is it plug and play for the yamaha sniper classic?
     
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    the block itself is plug and play.. the only problem, you can't use your classic chain tensioner.. you really need the mx king tensioner
     
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    thank you sir
     
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    only the timing chain tensioner sir? nothing else?
     
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    yes... that's right..
     
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    thank you so much sir :) :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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    Quick note : have to grind the mx king block with hand ... just a tiny bit to make it fit ...just a tiny bit
     
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    im planning this setup also.. please share if somebody here try it already.
     
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    yes, but you will use Sniper 150 tensioner for that, it is little bit bigger hole than sniper classic block..
    For mine, my MX 150 bike.. i use classic block, so i've done porting for the tensioner hole for make it bigger to fit MX 150 tensioner..

    but for me, you can try to use 62mm bore kit than 57mm block, it is big difference when it comes in torque and power...
     
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    Go as big and as good quality as your wallet can handle. Trust me you will always want more power. My choice would be UMA 62 bloc & superhead-or the 65 block with pro head if you can get one and can stomach the big hole in your pocket after paying for it, lol.
     
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    Can u still use the 62 block for daily use? Interms of durability?
     
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    im using 65mm bore, recently is 62mm. As usual , i want more power and torque ...But, it is safe if for you if to use 62mm bore kit, no headache and doubt, it is proven for daily use and long ride driving,
    Our concern is to avoid compression leaks between water holes and combustion chamber getting narrow when we use 65mm bore kit above. Some modifications to be done or we used bypass block for it.
     
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    What brand is the best for 62mm block?
     
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    any brand is ok, i use steel bore only it cost very cheap not like the other branded block or chrome bore and i dont have any bad experience for that... if you have a good pocket.. go for chrome bore and branded block.. like UMA, JVT, CMS,
     
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    Where can i get cheap uma or cms bore kit online? Im interested to get one.
     
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    join on yamaha MX 150 on facebook, there's alot of sellers online and trusted
     
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    I disagree totally that any brand is ok.

    Maybe it's "ok" for a little bit but i have watched so many of the other brands freaking break when pushed. I have been using the 62 mm UMA for over 3 years now, rode hard by a 100KG rider and it has never had one single issue, period. The performance was night and day difference from stock and it's reliable, so you can pay now and get good quality and reliable quality or go cheap and pay for the engine repairs etc several times over.
     
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    Thanks to your comments, i respect that..
    honestly is our base on experience itself, i use affordable (cheaper brand) until now my bikes ran in good conditions, i use my old 62mm block from my 135LC w/in 5 yrs to my MX 150,
    It depends how will you tuned your bike properly, how to manage your bike, how you maintain,
    No matter what brand it is....
     
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    Let's just say we will have to "agree" to "disagree" as I don't agree with your opinion and you don't mine. Have a good day and keep the rubber up!!
     

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