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  • Problems with the ADA superior HK

    How are they holding up compared to Zenoah BBHK, such as TSBBHK?

    Are they casted well, or are they the same crappy casting as the SIKK 27cc kits? Or have they improved them?

    Are the superior 34mm HK <,>, or= Zenoah BBHK? Such as the TS, Flowsystems, etc?

    Have any of them cracked? Any of them crack?!?!?!

    I will be running really high compression. I will be running Alky. If they are holding up, can I Mill them even more to get even more compression. I need all the low end that I can get. Cause Torque, that is where it is at!

    Please be unbiased. If you don't know what that means, don't reply. I need correct and 100% true information.

    How do the HK cool compared to the Cool Head temp wise?

    Thanks for viewing and thanks in advance for replying.

    Kyle Patterson.

    P.S. I am not a uninformed Newbie. I know quite a bit of 2-stroke knowledge. Oh yeah, I forgot, the kit will be fully ported/modified. I know that everything effects everything else.
    Kyle Patterson
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    Then it's Hillarious!!!

  • #2
    Would You really wana run More than 20:1? I suppose you could mill out some differnt domes, for more compression.
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    • #3
      id go with the tsbbkhk, i love mine, alot of tourqe
      i loved stitch last night

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      • #4
        Originally posted by stitch
        id go with the tsbbkhk, i love mine, alot of tourqe
        jokes, the ADA BBHK is half the price and as good, if not better.

        And also the FS BBHK is not Zenoah. And the cylinders will be superior, but the casting on the 34mm superior is good, the casting on the 35mm is being worked on as we speak i believe...
        COAST PED

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sick Shift
          jokes, the ADA BBHK is half the price and as good, if not better.

          And also the FS BBHK is not .
          Yea but you cant beat a sleavd billet cylinder......
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          • #6
            u would u want a billit cylinder that thing would seize like no other. with all the lines. also billet scratches very easy
            to goped.... or not to goped.... that is the question

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            • #7
              The cylinder its self is Billet, But its got a sleave, Why would it seize like crazy? Your cylinder on your ped is aluminum? Shure the FS cylinder is not plated, but thats irelevent because it has a sleave.
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              • #8
                o didt c said sleve. nm then. and if u have seen billit products before "im sure u have". look closely and see all the lines going all around. if some one came out of a entire billet cylender i would like to see how long it would run before the ring sticks.
                to goped.... or not to goped.... that is the question

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by motoxracer
                  o didt c said sleve. nm then. and if u have seen billit products before "im sure u have". look closely and see all the lines going all around. if some one came out of a entire billet cylender i would like to see how long it would run before the ring sticks.
                  Theres nothing wrong with a cast iron sleeve. It would not imediately stick because it is cast iron. Those lines that are in the cast iron sleeves are cross hatches from the honing process. They aid in ring seal.
                  Ada All the way.

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                  • #10
                    no,no i was not talking about the sleave or any sleave. i was talking about a 100% billet cylender with no sleave.
                    to goped.... or not to goped.... that is the question

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by motoxracer
                      no,no i was not talking about the sleave or any sleave. i was talking about a 100% billet cylender with no sleave.
                      Well it wouldn't be a smart idea since billet cylinders are never cheap and they aren't even 100% solid billet alum, they have a cylinder liner. Im not even sure it would last a second if the cylinder wall was pure aluminum. It would have to be plated.
                      Ada All the way.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by motoxracer
                        no,no i was not talking about the sleave or any sleave. i was talking about a 100% billet cylender with no sleave.
                        There are many race engines that are 100% Aluminum . I don't understand what you think the problem would be?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dean
                          There are many race engines that are 100% Aluminum . I don't understand what you think the problem would be?

                          http://www.cnblocks.com/special.htm
                          http://www.cnblocks.com/1005.htm
                          100% correct but those are all 4 strokes.
                          Ada All the way.

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                          • #14
                            I think maybe there is some mis-understanding going on here. Yes, cylinders can be aluminum and without a steel sleeve. But, then they have to be chrome or Nikasil plated. No, you can't run an aluminum piston on a bare aluminum cylinder.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Slimcandy428
                              100% correct but those are all 4 strokes.
                              That's true and as such , a constant oil bath would be the only differentiator. But , I still don't see any reason why a solid billet 2 stroke cylinder would cause any extraordinary problems with siezing . Combined with an aluminum piston , they would have similar heat expansion properties .
                              I always thought the reason why no one made one was because of the high cost . Any engine can sieze and if there was cylinder damage , it would cost an arm and leg to replace.
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