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Wiseco
Pro Lite Piston Kit
$128.19 - $148.19
$114.99 - $133.39
You save up to $14.80 (10%)
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Wiseco Pro Lite Piston Kit Available for both two stroke and four stroke bikes, the Wiseco Pro Lite Piston Kit is both a great OEM alternative and an easy way to boost the power. Choose stock bore siz
Moose Racing Top End Gasket Kit Performance sets designed for a piston replacement Top-end gasket sets include high-performance head, base, intake and exhaust gaskets Cost-effective way to raise c
Moose Racing Complete Gasket Set All gaskets needed for engine rebuild are included in each set with the exception of oil seals Unmatched reliability and performance from high-tech materials Design
BikeMaster
Magnetic Steel Oil Drain Plug
$10.35
$9.99
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BikeMaster Magnetic Steel Oil Drain Plug It's hard to believe that a little bolt with a magnet can improve the performance and lifespan of your motorcycle. BikeMaster's Magnetic Oil Drain plug will
Athena Complete Gasket Kit Manufactured in "State-of-the-Art" computer controlled facilities All gaskets made from the highest quality materials All gasket sets meet or exceed OEM specifications The
Moose Racing Countershaft Seal Kit Kit includes hardened steel bushing, an upgraded seal, an O-ring (where applicable) and a snap ring or lock washer (where applicable) Made in the U.S.A.
Wiseco
Top End Bearing
$15.89
$13.99
You save $1.90 (12%)
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Wiseco Top End Bearing When you replace your top end a new Top end bearing is a must. With a new Wiseco Top End Bearing it will keep that wrist pin and rod working perfectly when you put it t
Moose Racing Magnetic Drain Plug Prolong engine life and save on costly repairs with an oil plug that picks up metal filings Must use washer provided Compare with original OEM plug
Wiseco
Connecting Rod
$91.99
$81.99
You save $10.00 (11%)
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Wiseco Connecting Rod Double forged, connecting rods maintain superior dimensional consistency through improved grain flow. Shot peening eliminates residual stresses and smoothly blends the rod forg
All Balls
Crankshaft Bearing and Seal Kit
$51.95
$46.99
You save $4.96 (10%)
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All Balls Crankshaft Bearing and Seal Kit Kits feature Koyo and Nachi precision Japanese crank bearings Crankshaft seals feature a carbon/fluorocarbon pad on the seal lip and stainless
Works Connection Oil Filler Plug 6061 T-6 Aluminum with an anodized finish and O-ring seal Adds nice factory look Made in the USA **Note: Honda CRF450R models must order one for crankcase and one fo
Hot Rods
Connecting Rod
$119.95
$113.99
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Hot Rods Connecting Rod Affordable premium quality replacement connecting rods Forged from 8620 AISI steel, hardness tested to insure strength and durability AISI carburized crankpi

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Davey (South Central, WI)

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Great Deal

2008 FZ1- Fit perfectly, no 'big glob of glue' on the end holding the magnet in. Nice black finish, we'll see if it holds up. Same exact length as stock. I'm actually kind of excited to see what it pulls out of the oil at the next interval. Cheap insurance, money well spent!

Sean (Los Angeles, CA)

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Replaced the top end on my 96 cr125r! Fit great perform well but the price is the problem. For 70-80 bucks they'd be perfect!

Mike (Concord, NC)

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Hammerhead Engine Plugs

These fit perfect, and look great on the bike!! They do not come with O rings so you will have to use your oem ones or buy new ones but they are only a couple bucks- definitely worth the money.

Cooper (Russellville, IN)

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Wiseco piston

I put it all together very easily, but it blew up in less than 24 hours of installation!

J (LI, NY)

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125cc kit

I had this athena kit on my 2003 yz125 and the bike ripped. Probably was the fastest 125 Ive owned and it ran stock exhaust only other engine mod was vforce reed. I called it the blue demon :p

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