Engine Modification Process

 

 

 

Engine Mod Process

 

Need a more specific power profile? Lynk’s Racing has been creating powerful and reliable 2-stroke engines for both amateur and professional racers alike. By matching a rider to their engine, the greatest performance gains can be made.

Lynk’s Racing utilizes modern techniques like Ceramic Coating, REM Polishing, and DYNO Testing to ensure the highest level of performance is provided from the machine you rely on to win. The custom nature of the work that is performed means that each racer and each motor is different. Lynk’s Racing custom fabricates Piston Kits for the 2-Stroke motors listed below. Remember, “custom” is the key word. We offer Lynk’s Racing piston kits and other custom parts for motors specific to your needs as an athlete. 

Due to the customization involved in these processes, we encourage you to contact us about motor packages so you can obtain a better understanding of the services we will be providing.

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This DYNO chart for the Suzuki Rm 85 shows the power gained by installing the Lynk’s Racing custom-designed power valve cover. Blue is with our cover, red is stock.

REM Finishing

REM® ISF® Super Finish
ISF® vs Friction
REM Surface Engineering and Lynk’s Racing share a common goal – achieving a “winning” finish every time. Motorsports components operate at extreme speeds under high torque requirements. These parts experience extremely high temperatures and parasitic friction. These two conditions lead to over-heating, significant horsepower losses, and, ultimately, catastrophic metallurgical failure of interacting metal surfaces.

Applying REM’s revolutionary ISF®­­­ Process to motorsport parts results in faster, more efficient machines that win races and parts that last considerably longer than standard components. The ISF Process creates a smooth, micro-textured surface that does not just withstand the harsh conditions generated in races, but also helps racers to excel.

BENEFITS of the REM CHEM Surface Engineering Process:services-rem02

  • Reduce Friction
  • Increase Efficiency
  • Increase Effective Horsepower
  • Increase Power Density
  • Lower Operating Temperature
  • Extend Component Life
  • Reduce Lubrication Requirements and Cost
  • Reduce Metal Debris
  • No Break-in Required
  • Increase Part Durability
  • Reduce Drivetrain Loss

 

Vapor Honing

An engine case is unsightly and a possible hazard while rebuilding an engine.Here at Lynk’s racing we take pride in our engines, which means making them look nice too. With our Hydro Blast system built by Vapor Honing Technologies, we can easily accomplish just that. Vapor honing is a process that combines a typical soda-type blaster with pressurized water. This configuration efficiently removes dirt from the engine case, while washing it away with water. The water provides the engine surface with sufficient lubricant to prevent the blast media from eroding the engine material. The water also cushions the media, making it last longer than conventional dry media blasters. The hydro blast also knocks down the ultra fine breathable airborne particulates, making the unit even safer to use. The hydro blast doesn’t use any chemicals whatsoever. Being a self-contained system means that the media is recycled and reused within the tank. Engines that undergo this process become ridiculously clean, and may leave you believing you got a new engine case! If you have any questions about our engine cleaning services, please call us at 802-990-2354.