Long days at the track provide hours of fun, but sooner or later all that fun begins to take a toll on the engine of your Honda sport bike. It’s only a matter of time before the CBR you’ve been leaving your friends in the dust on will start to lose some zip.
Even those reliable Honda engines become victims of mechanical wear that increase tolerances and rob you of compression and power. Honda motorcycle cylinder services from U.S. Chrome can get you back out there and racing before you know it.
Our cylinder service and modification specialists offer a wide range of racing performance enhancements to satisfy your need for speed. We always price our cylinder services modestly while delivering the gold standard in craftsmanship for Honda sport bike cylinder boring and replating. See the full list of costs and pricing.
We know how much you’d rather be on the track than sitting at home with your bike pulled apart in the garage, that’s why we work hard to maintain the fastest turnaround times in the industry. If that’s not fast enough, we also stock a wide selection of restored cylinders which are available for sale immediately.
We know how badly you want to get back on the trail (we’ve been there), which is why we pride ourselves on the fastest turnaround times in the industry. We’ll get you ripping around as soon as possible. If that isn’t fast enough for you we also have a large stock of refurbished cylinders which we can sell to you immediately.
Even if you just picked your Honda sport bike up from the dealer, it could still benefit from a trip to U.S. Chrome. Our technicians will take your cylinders out to maximum overbore for better-than-new power. We can work on any Honda engine including:
The patented nickel composite (or NiCom) coating that U.S. Chrome uses in cylinder plating is superior to anything that our competition can offer. With impressive hardness and wear resistance, coupled with a three-micron particle size for a non-abrasive finish, NiCom is the best choice for street bike cylinder plating. It can be applied to thicknesses ten times greater than that of chromium, which helps it stand up in sliding wear applications.
Applying a NiCom coating to the cylinders of your Honda bike, you’ll also be increasing its lifespan. Nickel composite coatings are more wear resistant and oleophilic than OEM or chromium coatings.
Pushing your Honda bike to go faster and harder on the track will get you ahead in the race, but eventually you’ll have to deal with worn, streaked cylinders. This is a fact of life for even the most well-maintained engines. If your engine has seen better days, send them into U.S. Chrome for professional street bike cylinder services. Every day our technicians put worn out bikes back on the track using techniques including boring, replating and our diamond-plateau honing process. With serviced cylinders and restored compression you’ll be back in the saddle in no time.
Cylinder boring isn’t just for old, worn-out antique bikes. By overboring the cylinders we can achieve even more compression and power from your engine than when it was new from the dealer. An over-bored street bike cylinder combined with a diamond plateau honing and application of our patented NiCom plating will leave your tolerances tighter, your cylinders displacing more than ever and everybody else behind you as you disappear around the first bend.