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Husqvarna CR400 1971-74 WR400 1974-75 Cylinder Sleeve 81.5mm

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SKU: SLU04A
ID: 3525
$159.95
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For many vintage bikes out there it can be hard to find a replacement cylinder.  A new Cylinder Sleeve can save a vintage bike’s life.  VintCo offers high quality USA made, cast-iron Cylinder Sleeves for your vintage machine.  This Cylinder Sleeve fits your Husqvarna 1971-74 CR400 and 1974-75 WR400 machines.  These high quality Cylinder Sleeves are made with modern materials and manufacturing techniques to ensure an as good or better than OEM fitment and performance.  All dimensions are provided for an experienced and qualified machinist to install in your cylinder.  The ports are angled correctly so there is significantly less port matching work required than in other sleeves. This sleeve will be able to be bored and honed to your stock size VintCo piston kit. A new, high-quality, cast-iron Cylinder Sleeve can help your vintage bike run like new.  VintCo helps you keep the ride going!    


  • Made For VintCo By Advanced Sleeve
  • Piston Part # PSU04-00
  • Bore 81.5mm
  • Height 155.7mm
  • OD 90.2mm
  • Flange OD 96.3mm
  • Flange Height 8mm
  • Wall Thickness 4.7mm
  • Intake 28mm
  • Exhaust Port Location 48.4mm

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Models

  • 1971 Husqvarna CR400
  • 1972 Husqvarna CR400
  • 1973 Husqvarna CR400
  • 1974 Husqvarna CR400
  • 1974 Husqvarna WR400
  • 1975 Husqvarna WR400

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I am pleased to see there is a company stepping up to manuf acture and machine hard to find wear items for obsolete parts. I stumbled onto your company looking for a cylinder sleeve. I researched your competition your part was 1/3 the price. I now follow your company and told other vintage MX racers about Vintco. Thank you Russ Graves.