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[8D]I was up at lukes shop. he just finished putting a trail sled back together that he did a port and polish job, all he did was set the top of the ports to factory specs, clean up the transfers a little bit. that little engine sounded so crisp, and snappy. I thought my sled had a pretty good response, but untill i heard that thing now i can hear the blubber in the stock sleds. I am going to learn this stuff so i can do it to my future trail sleds!!!!
 

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When you learn how to let me know. I wanna do it to. My lasy sled cost me 600 to have it done.
 

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he only charges 125 per jug, When I learn it, I already started, I would charge the same. i have three sleds lines up for this summer to try it on.
 

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Poor guys i can get that done for 40$ canadien by a licensed machinist. My girlfriends dad also knows how to do it.
 

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Any chance that I can get a phone number or email for lukes shop, or some one in Canada. I can't find anyone with in 250 miles to do it for less than $275 a jug and then if you want your crank case done its another $250. I could ship them to Canada a save alot.
 
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