Yamaha Motor Rebuild??

LTrhino93

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Does anyone know where I can get my Yamaha Rhino 660 motor rebuilt completly from the ground up(whole motor is fried)? Want to do a 686... or something like that.... Let me know,
Thanks,:D
 
The Pro Shop, they are in Orange County.....
Ask For John, tell him UTVUnderground sent ya!!
(714) 892-1300
 
My cousin is an MMA Grad, Certified mechanic, he used to turn wrenches for Chapperal when they had a team. He's the best I know and doesn't cut corners. Let me know if Pro Shops doesn't work for you and I'll get you his info.:D Oh yeah, he lives in Hemet and does side work from his home.
 
Has your cousin worked on any rhino motors Gabe? I have a 686 that needs some lookin at this week.......
 
yes......I need someone who really knows motors to verify this motor is good to go......
 
Does anyone know where I can get my Yamaha Rhino 660 motor rebuilt completly from the ground up(whole motor is fried)? Want to do a 686... or something like that.... Let me know,
Thanks,:D

Dustin... a buddy of mine, that races is extremely happy with his ALBA built 686. I'd say hit him up about it, but I don't think he is a forum member here... but is on other Rhino forums, goes by the login AZBDBY... Just another option...
 
for complete rebuild I recommend Chris at benchmark performance

760-484-0986

closer to you maybe the ProShop
 
I would have to suggest Benchmark Performance too. Chris is finishing up my engine right now.
 
besides our race motors, ive built about 5 other motors for non racers. they are very happy with them and run them constantly. of course chris from benchmark figured out all the problems last year during racing, and now they are very reliable built everyday motors.
 
Did you drop off the orange custom Rhino????

No, Im doing the install. Im just picking up all the pieces from him. Ive got the white SDR race rhino. I like to do as much as I can on my own car, so if it ever breaks, Ill have some sort of clue how to fix it. I also think race car drivers that have a good knowledge of their equipment do a better job at keeping it all together. Plus its fun!
 

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