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Just wondering who else is doing it. Only complaint I have, and it's an annoyance rather than anything else is just a bit more noise. Other than that, no problems. Yes I will get some nice rollers later but I had to have the motor done ASAP.
 

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Hmmmm, didn't even know about the upgrade kit. Do explain.
 

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Why not upgrade? Defeats the purpose of a "built motor"
 

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As I stated, had to have it done ASAP.
 

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The biggest problem people have with the stock rockers is the needles walking out the sides of the cap. So this system eliminates that from happening with a fully caged needle assembly with better bearings, better cages, better shafts, and snap rings to hold it all together instead of a press-in assembly. They really are nice and a great upgrade!
 

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I'm running the trunion upgrade too... U do need a press
 

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Those things break man because they anodoize them, making them weaker. Go with the YTs imo.
 

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I've experimented with aftermarket rockers on my TA and had some bad experiences. I recommend the stock rockers with the Comp trunion upgrade.
 
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