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Swingarm pivot kit for Wood frames with outside the frame swingarms. Replace your 20 year old parts or upgrade your 35 year old bronze bushing swingarms.

Inner race is heat treated precision ground 8620 steel, bearings are high quality needle rollers with seals, 2 bearings per side for 100% support, thrust bearing is oil impregnated bronze.

If you wish to update your bronze bushing swingarm you will need to bore the swingarm pivot sleeves to 1.102″.

This kit WILL NOT work for inside the frame swingarms.

Kit Includes;
2 Inner Race
2 Wide Bearing
2 Narrow Bearing
2 Thrust Bearing
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Swingarm pivot kit for Wood frames with outside the frame swingarms. Replace your 20 year old parts or upgrade your 35 year old bronze bushing swingarms.

Inner race is heat treated precision ground 8620 steel, bearings are high quality needle rollers with seals, 2 bearings per side for 100% support, thrust bearing is oil impregnated bronze.

If you wish to update your bronze bushing swingarm you will need to bore the swingarm pivot sleeves to 1.102″.

This kit WILL NOT work for inside the frame swingarms.

Kit Includes;
2 Inner Race
2 Wide Bearing
2 Narrow Bearing
2 Thrust Bearing
We still have 3 of these sump extensions, keeps the oil away from the crank adding that fraction of a horsepower that you need to win. Comes complete with o-rings and bolts.

Note: This cannot be used on bikes where the pipe routed under the motor. So basically, it works with a Wood-Rotax with a Wood side pipe.

elliottpowersports.com/product/sump-extension/
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We still have 3 of these sump extensions, keeps the oil away from the crank adding that fraction of a horsepower that you need to win. Comes complete with o-rings and bolts.

Note: This cannot be used on bikes where the pipe routed under the motor. So basically, it works with a Wood-Rotax with a Wood side pipe.

https://elliottpowersports.com/product/sump-extension/
Just changing the guide seals on the Rotax, no need to pull the head. ... See MoreSee Less
Just changing the guide seals on the Rotax, no need to pull the head.Image attachment

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Do have air in the Cly.

Nice set up !!!

Here is the final product, our 45mm Dirt Track carburetor. Starts out as a Mikuni TM45 carburetor, we then remove the pump, plug vents, install our custom light return spring, short pull choke, short idle adjuster, and our custom front and rear adapters. ... See MoreSee Less
Here is the final product, our 45mm Dirt Track carburetor. Starts out as a Mikuni TM45 carburetor, we then remove the pump, plug vents, install our custom light return spring,  short pull choke, short idle adjuster, and our custom front and rear adapters.Image attachment
This bad boy will be heading up to Central California for some flat track action soon! 2021 TM85 ... See MoreSee Less
This bad boy will be heading up to Central California for some flat track action soon! 2021 TM85

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David Holmes

What is this

People have asked what's special about or TM45 Race Carburetor

Not only do we replace the jets in our race carburetors, but we also take the time to remove the accelerator pump and physically plug the unused vents/ports (unlike those that just glob RTV on everything), install the short pull choke, short idle adjuster, our custom light return spring, intake adapter, and filter adapter (not pictured).

We only charge for the parts, the labor is complimentary.

Oh, and it's a genuine Mikuni carburetor, not a $150 Chinese copy people call to replace all the time.
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If it’s from EPS you know it’s race proven. 👍🏁

Sounds like it would b perfect for my 640. How much Elliot ?

Getting ready to put a few TM45 race carb kits together. ... See MoreSee Less
Getting ready to put a few TM45 race carb kits together.

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I have a TM 45 on a 600 rotax. What's a good starting point for pilot jet and main jet? Thanks.

3 weeks ago
Getting a little vapor blasting in today. ... See MoreSee Less
Getting a little vapor blasting in today.
Hands down the best tie down on the market. We've been using these for nearly 40 years and never had a single one break or come loose in transit.

Go check them out.
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Hands down the best tie down on the market. Weve been using these for nearly 40 years and never had a single one break or come loose in transit.

Go check them out.

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I still have the ones I bought when I got my first dirt bike back in 1996. Good stuff. You pay a little more but definitely worth it.

The difference between OE (left) and aftermarket (right) clutch plates. There's a reason they make the ears the same thickness as the rest of the plate. Your clutch basket will thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
The difference between OE (left) and aftermarket (right) clutch plates. Theres a reason they make the ears the same thickness as the rest of the plate. Your clutch basket will thank you.
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