Question about 2002 Suzuki DR-Z 250
Yes the cylinder can be bored, BUT, it would be sent to a company in California for the work. The cylinder has a nickel plated surface that will be destroyed by the bore job. After the boring is done they re-plate the cylinder and send back a new oversize piston and rings along with the re-plated cylinder. The cost is around $400. It will take about 3 weeks to get the cylinder back.
A brand new cylinder will cost around $420, piston $48 and rings $35 for a total of just over $500. The time needed will be depending on whether or not your dealer has the parts on hand. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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