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The work never stops, onto the next. ... See MoreSee Less

The work never stops, onto the next.

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Stand so pretty. Is that stainless?

I know how you feel!

Putting the finishing touches on a customers 1992 ATK 604 (Rotax 560) engine. Electric start, high compression piston, and Magura Hymec clutch lever. First build to come out of the @metrolakes stand, much improved process. ... See MoreSee Less

Putting the finishing touches on a customers 1992 ATK 604 (Rotax 560) engine. Electric start, high compression piston, and Magura Hymec clutch lever. First build to come out of the @metrolakes stand, much improved process.Image attachment

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Very nice. I hope my engine looks like that when you’re done with it. 🤗

Where can I get that hydronic clutch?

Very nice jig and tool tray!

Paint looks great

Yamaha TT500 getting some vapor blasting today. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

Huge thanks to @metrolakes for this custom engine stand. This will make our lives easier being able to do everything on one stand. ... See MoreSee Less

Huge thanks to @metrolakes for this custom engine stand. This will make our lives easier being able to do everything on one stand.

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Contact Metro Lakes for more info on the stand. Like Jim said, how much is the key. I paid a pretty penny for mine. Engine building is part of our business, that's how I could justify the purchase.

Very nice!

Not where... It's how much..... LOL

Where can I get one?

Throttle cables back in stock.

TM42/45/48 (HSR)
https://www.elliottpowersports.com/product/miscellaneous/controls/cables/pushpull-throttle-cable-tm424548

VM44
https://www.elliottpowersports.com/product/miscellaneous/controls/cables/throttle-cable-mp-turbo-vm44Image attachment

2 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

New design for big bore pistons, 102 & 103.1

Pockets cut for Darcy / EDCo heads. 40mm intake 34mm exhaust.
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New design for big bore pistons, 102 & 103.1

Pockets cut for Darcy / EDCo heads. 40mm intake 34mm exhaust.

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That’s Beautiful!

2 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

Over the weekend of November 9th and 10th, Andre Ochs and the EPS team showed that TM's 450Fi production flat track motorcycle was more than capable of running with the highly modified bikes ridden by local and national level pros on Perris Raceway's short track and TT. After a second in the heat race on the short track secured a front row start for the Pro Main, the last race of the night left the line with Andre in fourth behind James Ott, Nick Armstrong, and Clayton Williams. Andre passed Clayton and Nick and set out after James, with the two swapping the lead several times. This allowed Nick to catch up and join the battle as the trio pulled out a gap on fourth. For the next dozen laps or so they swapped positions in one of the closest Pro races seen at an SCFTA race in a while. At the checkered flag it was James Ott with the win on his highly modified KTM 450, Nick Armstrong second with a framer Yamaha twin, and Andre Ochs third, his second time racing the production TM450.

Sunday's Pro TT main began with a holeshot for Ochs, but a big tumble in the first turn brought out a red flag and a full restart. The restart didn't go as well. While Ochs left the line first, he believed he had jumped and slowed expecting a red flag and a spot on the penalty line. With the daylight fading fast, the race continued with Ochs mid pack, with Justin Thurman leading James Ott and the rest. Ochs worked through the pack, dropping Ott to third and running down Thurman, taking the lead as the pair entered the infield of the TT and pulling away for the win, the first Pro class win for the TM 450FI Flat Track at Perris after many podiums and top five finished with various riders.

📷: Hayden Earwood
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James Ott KTM is bone stock. Its only a week old. Lol. How is it highly modified?

3 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

676 kits are in the works, if you're interested message us for more details. We have enough cylinders for 3 more kits. If you're interested please contact us to reserve it.

Kit includes the cylinder with sleeve installed, bored and honed to match included piston, head gasket. o-rings, a selection of base gaskets, and special nuts for the 8mm studs.

The price starts at $1250 plus any optional upgrades;
Plated Bore (Iron Liner) + $295 plus additional shipping
Gapless Rings + $15
DLC Pin + $56
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676 kits are in the works, if youre interested message us for more details. We have enough cylinders for 3 more kits. If youre interested please contact us to reserve it.

Kit includes the cylinder with sleeve installed, bored and honed to match included piston, head gasket. o-rings, a selection of base gaskets, and special nuts for the 8mm studs.

The price starts at $1250 plus any optional upgrades;
Plated Bore (Iron Liner) + $295 plus additional shipping
Gapless Rings + $15
DLC Pin + $56

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I will take one with a plated liner

Bore? I'm definitely interested

If I could afford this , I would sign up . Looking good it's on my wish list

Uninformed: what’s a DLC pin. I’m thinking it’s a wrist pin but not up speed on DLC.

3 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

We always say a Rotax will run half broken... We'll is still runs. Time to pull the top end and see if we can get it ready for @coltfoster84 this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

We always say a Rotax will run half broken... Well is still runs. Time to pull the top end and see if we can get it ready for @coltfoster84  this weekend.

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Holy shit! And you said it still ran!!??🤔🤦🏻‍♂️😂

Your working off the wrong end of the scale. lol

Time to straighten those intake valves lol

3 months ago

Elliott Power Sports

Out with the new, in with the old. 1967 Ducati 350 cylinder. ... See MoreSee Less

Out with the new, in with the old. 1967 Ducati 350 cylinder.

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Vapor blasting? I want. I need.

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