2006 Arctic Cat ATVs factory service and repair manual, Page 264Get this manual

2006 Arctic Cat ATVs factory service and repair manual, Page 264

2Lay straightedge across the cylinder head; then using feeler gauge, check the distortion factor between the head and the
plate covered with #400 grit wet-or-dry sandpaperUsing light pressure, move the cylinder in figure eight motionInspect the
sealing surface for any indication of high spotsA high spot can be noted by bright metallic finishCorrect any high spots
before assembly by continuing to move the cylinder in figure eight motion until uniform bright metallic finish is attained
2Wash the cylinder in parts-cleaning solvent 3Inspect the cylinder for pitting, scoring, scuffing, and corrosionIf marks
are found, repair the surface using ball hone1 NOTE: To produce the proper 60' cross-hatch pattern, use low RPM drill (600
RPM) at the rate of 30 strokes per minuteIf honing oil is not available, use lightweight petroleum-based oilThoroughly clean
cylinder after honing using soap and hot waterDry with compressed air; then immediately apply oil to the cylinder boreIf
the bore is severely damaged or gouged, replace the cylinder A CAUTION Water or parts-cleaning solvent must be used in conjunction