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Flushing out the centrifugal filter, aka slinger on a Rotax crank. I think someone has been feeding it something they shouldn't. Surprisingly, even with all the metal debris the rod and pin were not in rough shape. ... See MoreSee Less

Flushing out the centrifugal filter, aka slinger on a Rotax crank. I think someone has been feeding it something they shouldnt. Surprisingly,  even with all the metal debris the rod and pin were not in rough shape.Image attachment

They don't get much fresher than this. ... See MoreSee Less

They dont get much fresher than this.Image attachment

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Rotax sweetness

2 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Still have 4 swingarm pivot kits available. ... See MoreSee Less

Still have 4 swingarm pivot kits available.
2 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Effective July 1st CP-Carrillo prices will be increased to account for rising material costs.

Give us a call for all your CP-Carrillo needs. Dealer pricing available to qualifying shops and engine builders.
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Effective July 1st CP-Carrillo prices will be increased to account for rising material costs.

Give us a call for all your CP-Carrillo needs. Dealer pricing available to qualifying shops and engine builders.
2 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

New bullet connectors, sheathing, and rewired lighting leads for a charging system. Going to be making it electric start now! ... See MoreSee Less

New bullet connectors, sheathing, and rewired lighting leads for a charging system. Going to be making it electric start now!Image attachment
2 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Finally able to progress a little on this build, have to cut the base of the cylinder to get the deck clearance needed, get all the covers stripped and powder coated (AGAIN), then wait some more for the latest in ported Rotax heads from General Engineering.

At least I found a competent powder coater to do the work.
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Finally able to progress a little on this build, have to cut the base of the cylinder to get the deck clearance needed, get all the covers stripped and powder coated (AGAIN), then wait some more for the latest in ported Rotax heads from General Engineering.

At least I found a competent powder coater to do the work.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Looks great. Is deck height dependent on fuel used ? Or just piston to head clearance?

Wow

You do great work

Holy shit 😳

3 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Properly disposing of our old RedLine oil containers. ... See MoreSee Less

Properly disposing of our old RedLine oil containers.
3 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Nothing quite like clean solvent! ... See MoreSee Less

Nothing quite like clean solvent!
3 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

Big thanks to Kelly Inman Specialized Coatings for the quick turnaround. Masking was on point! You don't want to know how long it took the last guys to finish just one motor. 🤦‍♂️ ... See MoreSee Less

Big thanks to Kelly Inman Specialized Coatings for the quick turnaround. Masking was on point! You dont want to know how long it took the last guys to finish just one motor. 🤦‍♂️

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masking is key right Ron Quitoriano

Thank you for the opportunity..👍

3 months ago
Elliott Power Sports

The only starter drive you can trust. 11/16 hex gives you a solid long lasting connection while the lock nut ensures the drive nut will not come loose. With a clean sleeve pressed into the lower cover and an oil seal to keep dirt and debris out of the belt cover.

You can get these from Jerry @ General Engineering
(651) 257-9661
geheads@gmail.com

$125 for the kit + $75 if you want him to bore your cover and install the sleeve.
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The only starter drive you can trust. 11/16 hex gives you a solid long lasting connection while the lock nut ensures the drive nut will not come loose. With a clean sleeve pressed into the lower cover and an oil seal to keep dirt and debris out of the belt cover.

You can get these from Jerry @ General Engineering
(651) 257-9661
geheads@gmail.com

$125 for the kit + $75 if you want him to bore your cover and install the sleeve.Image attachment

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The absolute best! Also, have Jerry do the cover it is well worth the extra money.

Very nice 👍👍👍

Nice work

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