Re-sleeving worn or seized motorcycle, snowmobile and watercraft cylinders,
continue to provide economical and available solutions to Riders and Racers everywhere.
Cylinders sleeved with chrome-moly iron alloy sleeves can now be bored to fit the many
over-sized pistons available on the market today. Pistons available in oversize up to 2.50mm
provide the owner with a substantial economic incentive to re-sleeve a worn cylinder. The cost
of a bore job today is usually 10% of the cost of a new cylinder. Combine that with the original
expense to re-sleeve a cylinder, usually about $200.00 (or 30% to 40% lower than new cylinders),
the owner realizes an overall savings that brings smiles to his or her riding budget.
Two stroke tuners and porting specialists find that when race porting a sleeved cylinder they do not
have to contend with flaking or peeling that they might with an aluminum plated bore. Our 2.5mm thick
spun cast-sleeves are made from an iron alloy of nickel, silicon and hardened carbon chrome of which no plating process can compare. To take it one step further Moly-2000 is added for a slick anti-resistance to friction. This special ingredient reduces ring drag to increase piston speed down the slick walls, giving you great RPM. Racers and engine re-builders have relied on these features for fifty years.