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I cannot remove the old cylinder sleeve to get the new one in. What do I do?

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On what unit are we trying to remove the cylinder sleeve?could be rusted in place are welded from lack of lubrication. may have to replace piston and rod

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Honestly - it's just as cost effective to just buy a new cylinder complete from Yamaha - unless you have a lot of porting done to your cylinder. The cylinders are plated and you typically don't bore them - you have them re-sleeved.

I have raced semi-pro for many, many years (AMA District 13, A-class). When I raced 125s (1998-2002) I would usually go through 6 to 8 cylinders per season and I would rebuild the engine after every race (every week). I never bothered getting the worn cylinders resleeved because the sleeves cost almost as much as a new cylinder from Yamaha.

Price out a new cylinder then price out the re-sleeve. You'll see there's only a slight difference. I recall the new cylinders being about $245 and a sleeve was around $225.

Once you get it rebuilt, keep the ring fresh and make sure you run at least 28:1 mix. I raced at 26:1 to get the engines to last. They are single ringers and the piston ring just doesn't last. Yamaha recommends changing the ring every 2.2 hours for maximum output. I couldn't get 2 hours on a motor running 32:1, so I switched to 26:1 for more lubrication and better sealing of the ring. Long story.

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Yes, that is a plated cylinder so if it galls, or wears out, it cannot be bored out you have to put a new sleeve in it. The new sleeve will be able to be bored out so it will last for a long time. The resleeving is best left to a cycle shop or machine shop with the propper equipment, as it is an interfearence fit and the cylinder must be bored perfectly, then heated in an oven to be able to install the new sleeve.

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