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Whether it is the old trusty beater that has a few too many miles on its rings or the new hot high RPM engine that was tuned too lean for its initial run, you'll need to rebuild an engine in order to get the maximum number of miles out of the same parts. The idea of rebuilding an engine could involve anything from simply replacing the rings to replacing a significant portion of the engine mechanism.

This guide will help you through the process of rebuilding a common two-stroke engine, examining its parts and deciding what does and doesn't need replacing. This guide will provide a high level overview of some steps like disassembling your crank case and removing your flywheel. If you are not prepared to perform these steps, you may want to have a specialist rebuild your engine for you.

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