Help with engine housings

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  1. Fabio566

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    So I recently was riding and my blaster came to a stop and just died. Tried kick starting it a few times until it just locked up. I was convinced that my crank had locked up for good. But I decided to open up my engine. I found out that a side of my piston had broken into many little pieces and some pieces had gotten to the bottom of my crank. Those pieces locked my crank in place. I want to split my engine and clean all the debris that locked my crank. I think my piston blew because when I let my cousin ride the blaster he just hammers the throttle and makes the bike go at full rpms in first gear.

    Do I need any special tools?
    And what do I need to glue my housings back together?
    And what is the best piston put in the engine?
     
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    Larry's Shee Active Member Technician

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    Are you talking case sealer or case repair ??
    DO NOT put a new piston in a worn out hole !! Get it measured for new bore, buy correct size piston, have it bored/honed to fit THAT Piston.

    Tool wise you need a flywheel puller and a crank puller/case splitter. You might end up needing new crank bearings
     
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    If a Piston broke it was not due to rpm- pistons break due to the bore being too large for the piston- the piston moves around in the bore and snap, to properly repair your machine, new bearings. seals, yamabond4 for case halves, flywheel puller, case splitter, crank install tool, have your cylinder fitted for the next size up piston by a machine shop that will measure,bore,hone,chamfer the cylinder for the new piston, Green gaskets suck, oem are recommended, Forged Pistons like Wiseco- Wossner- require different tolerances as well as a longer warm up time, Cast pistons such as ProX, Namura, WSM are all good brand pistons as well and when properly fit to a cylinder all pistons named above will work and last when maintained
     
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    I’m talking about case sealer. But I don’t know what I should use
     
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    Ok ok thank you
     
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    Could you leave a link for the sealer, flywheel puller,crank puller, and case puller
     
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    Might as well ask him to come over and fix it for you.
    Would you like me to Google all that for you ?
    ROTFLMAOF :p:D
     
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    just the crank install tool
     
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