Motorcycle Repair - Certified Mechanic in Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Honda!

Motorcycle Repair - Certified Mechanic in Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Honda!


Cylinder Repair

When something goes wrong with your cylinder, the first and best option isn’t to simply get a brand new cylinder, but to just get it repaired instead. You can cut down on your expenses by as much 50%, as the costs of the repairs are quite reasonable. The various types of repairs available make up a very long list. It includes welding, boring, replating, sleeving, and re-chroming. It also includes Nikasil re-coating. The quality of the work is unquestionably superior, as Kustom Kraft has been in the business of rebuilding cylinders for the last 40 years. We can fix and rebuild the cylinders that come from street bikes, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, ATVs, and even various types of watercraft. Even the most heavily damaged cylinders can be fixed, and Kustom Kraft guarantees the quality of the work. In fact, we were the first to offer a 5 year warranty for our cylinder sleeving service. It doesn’t cost all that much either.Repairs for a 4-stroke motorcycle that includes honing to finish size costs only $50. For a 2-stroke cylinder repair that includes honing to finish size and port chamfering, the total cost is merely $65. For the outboard block that includes honing to finish size and chamfering, the cost is only $75. And for the hone-only service, it’s just $20 for all models. Cylinder welding is one of the available services. Damaged fittings, flanges, and gasket surface scan be welded and repaired. You just need to call first, so you can get the price and we can also give you proper instructions before you send your cylinder to us. Find out more about Cylinder Repair.

Crankshaft Repair

The rotation of the crankshaft is responsible for moving the chain, which in turn is what sets the wheels going. So obviously, it’s a crucial part of the machine.When it’s broken, it won’t turn properly and so the motorcycle won’t move. With Kustom Kraft, the crankshaft is cared for with all the skills that trained experts can provide. We will disassemble the crankshaft carefully, and then inspect it closely to check that everything is fine. We will then clean the components thoroughly. We will also install a new rod pin and a new big end bearing to replace the components that may have already gone through too much wear and tear. The crankshaft will be balanced (called “trued” in industry parlance) with the New ProX rod kit. This kit includes the top and bottom end bearings, the connecting rod, the crank pin, and the thrust washers. Now you may want to remove the crankshaft from the engine yourself. When you do this, you need to be careful. You have to make sure that you don’t damage the centers on each end of the crankshaft. Those centers are quite delicate. With Kustom Kraft, you know that your cylinder and crankshaft are in good hands! View more about Crankshaft Rebuilding.