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wtb:sp2 motor in good running condition

Hey guys, im new to the forum. just bought a 2004 hayden bike from a guy that was supposely running. Long story short, it has 50 pounds of compression in both cylinders.. i need a good running sp2 motor i can drop in it. Let me know if you can help out!! thanks a ton.

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Ebay looks to have a few...what would you take for the non-operational motor??



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if i could find a running one, id love to sell mine.. not sure what its worth. it has 15k miles on it. I just have a hard time wanting to spend 1k on a engine for it right now. Want to find a cheaper one
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You get what you pay for...remember that.

If you are mechical minded, drop a new set of rings / pistons in. That won't be too much.



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doing rings and pistons wouldnt be a issue at all, but looks like on the bottom of the cylinder the nikasil is gone.... its not horrible but not sure if i want to deal with that.
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http://www.hordpower.com/index.php?m...dex&cPath=3_31

Try here...



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where are you located, I have a SP2 engine, running when the bike was taken apart..
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located in minnesota, details on motor? how much you looking to get out of it
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I am remotely interested in the motor you may be getting to make into a boat anchor....Shipping from Minn. may not be terrible to Indy.

If you do sell it, send me a pm with what you think its worth. If its worth rebuilding fine, if not, its perfect for RC51 Forum show and tell when other have issues....



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350.00 for my old motor? 15k miles on it, needs rebuild, its complete
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