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cylinder liners for racing #730629
04/02/18 11:38 am
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Hello everyone
I am looking for someone who can provide high performance cylinder liners made from materials like
GGG-70, GGG-NI-CR-20-3, some material that is called 3D ductile iron or or any material better than standard cast iron.

It is going to be used on a one cylinder 600ccm racing sidecar combination supercharged.

This could be someone who makes liners to fit (drawing), or just material so I can make it myself.

measurements should be approximaterly:
inner diameter max 94.00mm, outer diameter min. 105.00mm, length min. 200.00mm.

I can not find anyone who sells this.

Greetings from
Gunnar


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Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: gunnix] #730632
04/02/18 12:37 pm
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Have a look at the Mahle offerings for diesel engines, must be something close to what you are looking for.

Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: gunnix] #730641
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I have had Advanced Sleeve in Ohio make custom Triumph sleeves in Ductile Iron recently. The quality and finish was outstanding. If you send them a drawing they should be able to make it for you. There is an order form on the website. http://www.advancedsleeve.com/

Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: gunnix] #730653
04/02/18 4:15 pm
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You might also try https://www.lasleeve.com/. I've not dealt with them personally, but they've been around forever.

Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: gunnix] #730673
04/02/18 6:55 pm
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Is it an alloy cylinder? How about a nikasil coating, You can run closer piston clearance and get better heat transfer


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Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: Andy Higham] #730925
04/05/18 6:13 am
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Thank you very much for your help
I found:

https://www.westwoodcylinderliners.co.uk/

on the net. They are friendly and helpfull, so I ordered the liner.
It is going to be ready in about three weeks.

Greetings from
Gunnar


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Re: cylinder liners for racing [Re: Andy Higham] #733296
04/27/18 5:02 pm
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Originally Posted by Andy Higham
Is it an alloy cylinder? How about a nikasil coating, You can run closer piston clearance and get better heat transfer


Us Chrome in Wisconson will do this.

866-922-5066 Ryan or Scott. They will also coat your piston skirts also.

I'm doing this on an A65 cylinder barrel for the Thunderwing with a set of angle dome pistons from Ed V. Supar cool.


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