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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-06-2011, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Magnaflux and Cryo Treating in Chicago

Anyone know who can do this in Chicago? I have a trans for a superbike motor I'm going to need serviced. I'm tearing this motor apart and starting a rebuild tonight.

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I'm calling Mike (ceptor) now.

** edit ** Mike can magnaflux the parts, and he is calling to check on cryogenic work. He will chime in later.

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I figured Mike was the guy. Awesome.

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Call Stuart Moore. He does this all the time for cars.

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I can mag the parts for you. Waiting to here back from my cryo guy.

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Entire trans assembly Mike. I'll pay upfront.

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Yeah, how much does it normally run?

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Did you get this done yet?
Not quite yet. Soon though.

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Yeah, how much does it normally run?
For the peice of mind knowing a trans is as good as it can be before it goes in the motor the price is worth it. What sucks about the stupid SV is that the trans is the first thing to go in and the last thing to come out.

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We superfinish all the bottom ends in our race bikes and its like $325-$375, depending on how much stuff. Its $350 for everything in the bottom end of a 450, minus the crank. Worth hp that's for sure. I know it's not cryo just another option, and its not some indiscriminant polishing process. Its a state of the art metal treatment. It does free up some HP and extends the life of a trans.

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posted the same thing twice, sorry lol

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Thanks Ion, I plan on giving you a ring
Before too long to chat about sv motors.

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