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Old 12-26-2017, 09:14 PM   #1
jdsmetx
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Default MX360 Questions

I have been slowly putting together my 74 MX360 basket case and currently working on the engine. I had my local vintage shop bore my cylinder and provide me a Yamaha piston and ring which they purchased from ebay. During assembly, I noticed the ring was bent and out of round. I did my best to bend it back into shape but was not very happy with the way it fit on the piston.
Question: Should I use this ring or purchase another?

The other issue is I sent my cylinder head and a bunch of other parts to be vapor blasted but the cylinder head was lost! Now I need another cylinder head for a 74 MX360. I have a DT360 cylinder head but not sure what the difference is.
Question: Can I use the 74 DT360 cylinder head and what can I expect in performance?

Lastly, I have the stock ignition for this bike but I suspect its bad. I seen a new CDI box from www.CDIBOX.com and wonder if anybody has used these. The information on their website says they fixed the "kick back" problem from back in the day and it's a "plug and play" setup.
Question: Anybody use these or is there something else such as PVL Ignition?

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