Originally Posted by Davezilla
Just get a Dax engine and be done with it... You'll spend a lot on parts to keep a cheap engine going so the Dax engine will pay for it's self in no time. I got just the bottom end and put my jug and piston on it and the difference in smoothness was night and day.
I only take this one apart when I'm doing an upgrade and everything looks perfect everytime I open it up. I'm also running a ported cylinder, rampped piston, and a KTM dirtbike pipe so it can rev to over 10,000 rpm and it runs dead smooth.
Hey Dave, Do you know if this guy sells the engines by themselves?