Honda TRX250R Forums banner

1 - 15 of 15 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
214 Posts
well what does pc 2000 mean?? If it's a stock cylinder you should be good to go as long as there are no cracks in the wall..
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
4,273 Posts
can a pc 2000 265 cylinder be made any bigger? i.e. resleeve or bigger bore?

I've seen some of those cylinders, different bore sizes & on different sites but never had the chance to hold one in my hands.
From what I do remember from the pics, only limiting factor would be the spacing of the head studs, where they are located in relation to the cylinder bore. You cant have the bore to close to the stud because of loosing strenght.
I would say the PC2000 265 could be bored out a good ways just because of it being nikisal bore & more metal being in between the bore & studs.
Its all about where those head studs are located.
Neil
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
4,273 Posts
ok thanks neil

any suggestions on were to get it re nik?
I dont know where the place Duncan uses is located, I didnt look or read a location when I went to their site. It could be that place is closest to you.
I use Mellinimum Tech out of Plymouth Wis.
I have used Langcort out of LA, but its not as good a quality as Mellinimum. When Melinimum get done with it, it looks brand spanking new, no joke.
Neil
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
46 Posts
Discussion Starter #10
thanks for the info neil. do u know of a pc 2000 cyl will work on a short rod motor? the reason i ask is i just removed my stock cyl (long rod) and found my upper rod bearing is trashed. i have a nos short rod motor sitting around and would like to use it. other wise i will be getting crank redone.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,257 Posts
thanks for the info neil. do u know of a pc 2000 cyl will work on a short rod motor? the reason i ask is i just removed my stock cyl (long rod) and found my upper rod bearing is trashed. i have a nos short rod motor sitting around and would like to use it. other wise i will be getting crank redone.


Yes you can use a short rod..just don't run the spacer plate.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,257 Posts
Hummm, I dont remember ever seeing a spacer plate used on the Duncan PC2000 cylinders, not 100% sure though.
Neil

Yep, they use them if you run a long rod. ;) They use an 86 style piston.
 
1 - 15 of 15 Posts
Top