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  1. Goodguy28

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    I'm not finding anywhere to get a rebuild kit. I'd like all the gaskets, bearings, and bushings to rebuild the engine and transmission of my 07 Kingpin. Nothing is broken, but I'm thinking of some internal upgrades. She has 60k on her, and was doing some weird things with shifting, so I'd like to just tear down, and inspect everything over the winter, so I don't have problems in season. Who do y'all get that from? Do you have to just buy it all by the piece?
     
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    No "kit" that I am aware of...

    If you're going to rebuild it, will you go back all stock? The 2007 is a great platform for upgrading...
    How far are you from De Soto?
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    I just did what you're doing last spring. All new trans, freshen up the heads, new top end, all new gaskets, seals, o-rings...
     
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    Yeah, I had her down to Rylan for the dyno last spring, and plan to again this time. But, I'm just the type of gearhead that does my own work, other than tuning on the dyno.
     
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    As far as internal upgrades, I'm just thinking of higher compression and some flow work on the heads, mainly. I think, as far as gaskets, bearings, and bushings, stock should suffice. I also think I'll do the underdrive pulley. Hey, Half_crazy, what is the part number for the belt you're running? I don't want to invest in a new stock belt, and then have it be too long.
     
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    The Victory engine is sh!t simple to work on.
    Replace all the bearings in the transmission. Look close at the gears and shift forks. I just bought the whole main-shaft assembly and rebuilt the others. That was about $1200.

    The difference between just doing high compression and doing a big bore (109") is only a like $350-$400. The 109 is a solid 125 HP torque monster. The thing that will improve torque the most in these engines is a bore increase.

    As far as the heads, a freshening up and a multi-angle valve job is really all that's required for under 130+ HP. It's really easy to mess up these heads by cutting on the ports if ya don't know what you're doing.
     
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    If you're thinking of something like Lloyd's 11-1 pistons I agree with HC, just get them as part of a big bore kit. OR...I had Rylan do some upgrading a couple years ago. 08-newer Vic Pistons in an 07 or older 100" bumps the compression to about 10.2-1. Combined with Torque Tubes, RPW Thor, rev extended ecu...I'm VERY happy with this set up.
     
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    Thanks for the info guys. Back to the original question. Where do you source your gaskets, bearings, bushings, and o-rings? Is there an easy way?
     
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    Thanks for the info guys. Back to the original question. Where do you source your gaskets, bearings, bushings, and o-rings? Is there an easy way?
     
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    I'm not a fan of aftermarket clutches. Mine is original OEM with a stiffer spring in it. Cheap and holds fine.
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