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I have to take my motor completely apart on my 525 Outlaw with the KTM motor. Any suggestions on mods while I have it apart?

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A set of cams and/or some port work is a good place to start. Maybe a new piston and a fresh bore too. Check the wear limits on everything.

P.S. I changed the title of this thread.

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