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I've tried searching to see if anybody else has had this happen to them without much luck. The story goes that my brother (who is building an exo-cage for me) gave his daughter a 5 mile ride and when he got it back to his house it made a loud pop (obviously) and died. There was plenty of oil in it but this is what popped.


 

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My brother lives about three hours away from me so I haven't seen it myself but he said that he could grab the rod and pull it up about a half inch and it doesn't move the crank. Whether that is the cause or the aftermath I couldn't tell you. The cylinder has two big gouges in it as well, presumably as a result, and I don't know about the valves. The head is marred but may be able to be fixed.
 

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Yes it does look expensive (cringe)...I'm thinkin' I just as well do the big bore kit while I'm at it. Most of that stuff generally comes in a BBK doesn't it? Minus the crank and rods maybe. I think the valves might be okay...dunno yet though.
 

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Yeah the cylinder is wasted too, it has two big gouges in it. I've only read a little about the BBKs and have seen "bolt on" which leads me to believe that a new jug comes with it but I don't know...getting ready to do a little more research on it. Anybody that does know about the BBKs is welcome to chime in at any time.
 

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Yeah I was kinda figuring that I would have to pay the extra $$ without a core. Rebuild, unfortunately, is going to have to be on hold for a little while...a piece at a time kinda thing. So is the crank pressed together and not rebuildable or can I just replace the rod? Thank you guys for your input.
 
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