Make sure you tell them what heads your going to use ! Happy New YearHDWRENCH said:I like and sell the Revolution kits great cylinders no problem with ring sealing( check some back post on axtells on that issue) easy to do great product.
You do need to remove engine, split case's and have the case bored for the larger cylinders to fit. other than that the rest is a basic build decide what you are looking for choose a cam, and head work and a larger carb of throttle body, and there you are . SOUNDS SIMPLE HUH!!??? lol it is not for the avg guy, there are plenty of items and special tools needed to support case for bearings and such . But the options are pack up the lower end and ship it for the work. I get many sent to me that way, I bore the case's set the end play and can do the timken conversion if needed , put the bottom end together and ship it back. You then can finish with top end and go from there. Shipping is not too bad I have a friend that owns a crating buisness so I have him build the crate it shows up you pack it and return it . B motors get a bit more complicated as there a few extra things that I do to ensure the the balancers sprocket stays put on the crank.
The 104 and 114 are great running set ups, not uncommon fro 120's for the 107 and 130 with the 114. Give me a call if you would like
HMMMM so the JE piston that zippers use's is not the same as the axtell kit?? And the cylinder is not the same either?? Other than having zippers machined in the base , Give Chaz or Ron a call at axtell, and see what they they say.
Regardless I do get several engines sent to me from across the country on a regular basis, If you are intrested in a qoute give me a call. NO way I will ballpark a build. I will however take the time to build you a qoute that will be correct for your application. Way to many options to ballpark something like that.
I like the over square 114 set up, I was just talking to Dewey about using his heads on my next 114 build. I like the woods tw8 in the 114 making 130/130 is nice.