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Anyone tried the Hyway titanium coated cylinders yet?

Discussion in 'Aftermarket Spare Parts' started by HuskyFan1977, Oct 14, 2020.

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    I bought the Husky 372 52 mm popup. The plating is like a mirror. Still thin but Definetly harder. I was planning send it out for the spa treatment when my xpg gets done and do one (regular niksil) myself without the base gasket.

    The Hyway rings resemble caber F cast (but rougher) so I ordered regular caber rings that should wear better FWIW.

    For my use I'm sure they are fine. Production cutting or milling probably better off oem.
     
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    Hello, I have a 660 bigbore titanikel. Its looks Really good and timing Numbers is ok. Running it without base gasket. Squish is 0.023. Regards Bjorn
     
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    We have some inbound, but not in stock yet.

    They hone them with a diamond hone because the stuff is so hard. Likely gonna mess up your tools a bit if you get to grinding.
    They have to put a layer of nickel on the cylinder wall first in order to take the heat required for the titanium to adhere.
     
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