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Follow along as DIY Moto Fix’s Paul Olesen teaches you how to professionally rebuild the top end on your 2002 to 2006 Honda CRF 450 engine. We go through replacing the cylinder and the piston as well as inspecting and installing.

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Whether you’re just starting out or an experienced builder you will be sure to learn new techniques in our 1 hour 30 minute HD video.

You Learn:
The correct disassembly process
How to hone your own cylinder
How to carefully measure and inspect your cylinder, piston, rings and other components prior to reassembly. We include all the service limits and standard ranges you need to know for a successful rebuild.
Professional industry tips that make your rebuild go faster and your engine last longer
The correct order of reassembly, the proper techniques to use when reassembling, and all the torque specs you need

Included with the full 1 hour 30 minute video is:

A list of tools required to carry out the work so you can be fully prepared before starting the job.

A document with the torque specifications for all the hardware and fasteners you remove so you can easily reference the torque specifications throughout the video and in the future.

A detailed specifications sheet outlining all the applicable standard range specifications and service limits you’ll encounter for the parts you’re working with so that you will be sure not to use any out of spec parts.

A follow along worksheet so you have a place to document your measurements and other important information as you progress through the build.

A drawing showing you how to make your own cam chain tensioner stopper tool

A list of all the Honda replacement part numbers so you can easily pick out the replacement parts you need.

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