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6/13/2018 9:01 PM

Found a minibike cylinder laying around and am trying to track it to a year/model, but the casting number isn't coming up with anything. Believe it to be off of a KX. Casting number is 0064. Any parts gurus have any suggestions?

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6/13/2018 10:02 PM

WHEW! I thought you were going to prevent a great challenge by posting a picture. :-)

11005-0064 does not come up with anything.

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6/15/2018 7:25 AM

KDXGarage wrote:

WHEW! I thought you were going to prevent a great challenge by posting a picture. :-)

11005-0064 does not come up with anything.

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6/15/2018 9:18 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/15/2018 9:20 AM

emohteeoh wrote: Photo
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Thats 0.064L That is a 65cc cylinder. Looks like a 2002+ KX65 and RM65 to me

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6/15/2018 5:12 PM

&@#%$, you for real??

0.064 liters

Any other numbers cast into the cylinder? Some other Kawasaki KX models have the last four digits of the part number cast into the cylinder.

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6/15/2018 5:25 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/15/2018 5:27 PM

KDXGarage wrote:

&@#%$, you for real??

0.064 liters

Any other numbers cast into the cylinder? Some other Kawasaki KX models have the last four digits of the part number cast into the cylinder.

For reals, yo. See the script "L" after the numbers? That's the displacement. Most cylinders are printed with the engine displacement on them.

A little known fact: One CC = 1ml, or one thousandth of a liter. A liter measures 10cm H x 10cm W x 10cm D.



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6/15/2018 5:59 PM

KDXGarage wrote:

&@#%$, you for real??

0.064 liters

Any other numbers cast into the cylinder? Some other Kawasaki KX models have the last four digits of the part number cast into the cylinder.

Falcon wrote:

For reals, yo. See the script "L" after the numbers? That's the displacement. Most cylinders are printed with the engine displacement on them.

A little known fact: One CC = 1ml, or one thousandth of a liter. A liter measures 10cm H x 10cm W x 10cm D.



Good to know. I sincerely apologize for my ignorance.

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"I'm an angel in an earth suit." -Gary Busey

6/18/2018 11:37 PM

If there are four other numbers cast into the cylinder, then those are the last four numbers of the part number, which is usually 11005-xxxx (11005 is "cylinder")

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6/19/2018 12:16 PM

KDXGarage wrote:

&@#%$, you for real??

0.064 liters

Any other numbers cast into the cylinder? Some other Kawasaki KX models have the last four digits of the part number cast into the cylinder.

Falcon wrote:

For reals, yo. See the script "L" after the numbers? That's the displacement. Most cylinders are printed with the engine displacement on them.

A little known fact: One CC = 1ml, or one thousandth of a liter. A liter measures 10cm H x 10cm W x 10cm D.



I was saying it like... bro, are you for real. That sort of rhetorical question.

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