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Mike and Mat answer the tuff to access Tech Tips that make a difference  specializes in the reconditioning, boring and sleeving of two and four stroke cylinders utilizing state-of-the-art machine tool technology.  Our tooling allows us to obtain super high tolerances beyond what is considered the 'norm' in the industry.

By catering to the motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, personal watercraft and marine industries, we have perfected the skills necessary to provide our customers with the same degree of precision that the pros expect.

We treat every cylinder as if it were our own.  Our goal is to not only recondition your cylinder, but to increase your performance and durability.  Our sleeving process consistently out-lasts Nikasil and chrome plated cylinders AND for a fraction of the cost.

In addition to our cylinder repair shop, we offer complete suspension and rebuild services. We can custom tune your suspension to your weight, riding style and type of riding you do. By compiling a 'profile' of the rider and tuning the suspension to the rider's needs and riding style, we can custom tailor your suspension.

We also offer complete engine building and repair. From complete rebuild to minor repairs, we can do it all! We also are experts at case welding and repair.

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