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7/18/2017 1:56 AM

Anyone had a cylinder replated from powerseal or able to reccomend the best place to get a cylinder plated? Happy to post from Aus for it to be done as they want $530 to plate it locally here..

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7/18/2017 2:16 AM

Either Powerseal or Millenium Technologies are both good imo.

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If you're not mixing gas, you're not haulin ass.

7/18/2017 2:43 AM

Millennium technologies for sure.

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7/18/2017 4:49 AM

Nothing but good things to say about Powersealusa ....send them your piston or buy one from them, they will fit to your cylinder....

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7/18/2017 6:13 AM

One of the best plating companies out there!
Tell OW43 the 393 needs a cylinder!

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Old guys rule!

7/18/2017 6:21 AM

Powerseal does good work.

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7/18/2017 6:25 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/18/2017 6:26 AM

I run a small repair shop and have been sending all of my cylinders to Powerseal for 13 years with zero complaints. They do great work and always take time to talk and answer questions when needed.

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7/18/2017 8:20 AM

As others have already said, go for it.

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7/18/2017 8:31 AM

I sent one cylinder to Powerseal and one to Millennium. Powerseal came back faster, looked better, and they cleaned up the cylinder better. Millennium didn't do bad work, but overall I was more impressive with Powerseal.

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7/18/2017 8:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/18/2017 8:49 AM

I sent them a cylinder that had a circlip dig into the side after backing out. Turn-around time was fast and looked like brand new.

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7/18/2017 9:07 AM

Powerseal seems to turn them around faster, happier with Millenium's work though.

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7/18/2017 9:13 AM

We send all our shops damaged cylinders to Powerseal and have for years. They do great work.

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7/18/2017 9:21 AM

mx216 wrote:

Powerseal seems to turn them around faster, happier with Millenium's work though.

I send my stuff to Joel. smile

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7/18/2017 9:53 AM

I've only used PowerSeal, they did a great job, even on the details like chamfering the ports in a 2-stroke cylinder.

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7/18/2017 4:41 PM

Sweet thanks all for the info. Anyone used or know about US chrome? They got back to me first and have given me a 7-8 turn around from Aus and a good price.

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7/18/2017 5:17 PM

Go for it, those guys have been great for me on multiple cylinders. Cheaper then millinium too

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7/19/2017 4:43 AM

Powerseal haven't got back to my enquiry via email, I'll try again if not i might have to give US chrome a shot?

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7/19/2017 6:28 AM

Powerseal all the way. Jamie the owner is an active in the motorcycle community here and good for the sport. Often you will talk directly with him which is also a bonus. Give him a call, he will take care of you. They do great work. Maybe its time for you to start POWERSEAL AUS and just ship the stuff to him for the work.......Their time estimates have always been met, but they do change based on workload.

I usually just buy a piston from them, and they will match the cylinder to the piston.....

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