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Travis
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http://www.kawasakipartshouse.com/oemparts/a/kaw/500b24b0f8700223e478dbf0/valve-s-camshaft-s

If i were to buy every thing down to the part # 49078. Would that be everything to rebuild my top end. (I already have valve seals). I'm weighing a new cylinder head, or whole new push rod etc..

The new head is 200. and if i were to build my own with these parts it would be 130 $.

?? THANKS GUYS!

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Here is what if have so far. Correct me if i need anything else:

OEM Parts

VALVE-INTAKE

Kawasaki

item: 12004-2084

 

$10.36

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$10.36

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VALVE-EXHAUST

Kawasaki

item: 12005-2077

 

$24.13

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$24.13

OEM Parts

ROD-PUSH

Kawasaki

item: 13116-0044

Old Sku: 13116-2054 

$8.19

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$16.38

OEM Parts

SEAT-SPRING

Kawasaki

item: 16007-2052

 

$2.95

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$5.90

OEM Parts

CIRCLIP-TYPE-E,10MM

Kawasaki

item: 482J0100

 

$2.95

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$2.95

OEM Parts

SPRING-ENGINE VALVE

Kawasaki

item: 49078-2060

 

 

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