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K341-bore to ?

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CKain(MI)

10-10-2018 17:20:27




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What is max one can bore out a K341 Kohler cylinder,
without blowing it up in normal mowing use. Thanks




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Lance Skene

10-11-2018 08:55:20




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to CKain(MI), 10-10-2018 17:20:27  
If you have to rebuild...... most folks involved in GT pulling will tell you the best block to rebuild is the K301



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Lance Skene

10-10-2018 22:20:20




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to CKain(MI), 10-10-2018 17:20:27  
this from a popular K series engine building site:

a K321/M14 block could be bored for the K341/M16 piston, but doing this would make the cylinder wall about 1/8" thick, or the boring process could break through the cylinder wall without centering the boring bar with the cylinder wall. Therefore, I don't recommend doing this.



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ckain(mi)

10-11-2018 07:49:20




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to Lance Skene, 10-10-2018 22:20:20  
OK, Thats what I was concerned about, Thank You



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oldsarge

10-10-2018 18:24:50




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to CKain(MI), 10-10-2018 17:20:27  
.030"
You can bore a K301 to K321 but there's nothing for K341 except hot rod stuff and it wouldn't be that reliable!!!! There are kits on E-bay for the regular overbore!



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ckain(mi)

10-10-2018 18:29:34




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to oldsarge, 10-10-2018 18:24:50  
Ok, so if my K321 needs more then .030, I am out of luck ??



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ckain(mi)

10-10-2018 18:36:35




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to ckain(mi), 10-10-2018 18:29:34  
OK, I made a mistake on engine model number.

I am working on a K321! Wonder if it can go to 3.750 to handle a std K341 piston. It looks like already passed .030 over std !! now a boat anchor ?



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oldsarge

10-11-2018 08:18:33




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 Re: K341-bore to ? in reply to ckain(mi), 10-10-2018 18:36:35  
Can have it re sleeved and back to stock,but there's lots of K&M series blocks around.



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