Making Motorcyckle pistons, rods and cranks from billet

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CruisingRam
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Making Motorcyckle pistons, rods and cranks from billet

Post by CruisingRam » Wed Dec 28, 2005 9:59 pm

Anyone here do this? Not counting labor, how much does this cost for a home machinist to make? What is the smallest mill you can get away with to make, understanding that no crank or rod is bigger than 10 inches in diameter or 7 inches in length?

speedsport
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mo'sickle parts

Post by speedsport » Mon Mar 27, 2006 12:23 am

you are really ambitious.
"good enough never is"

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