Is your KTM cylinder head in need of service? We can provide you with cylinder head services that use the latest state of the art digital CNC machining processes to modify, maintain, and save your KTM head. You should be periodically checking your valve clearance and adjusting them accordingly, although, in most cases this is routine maintenance that gets overlooked. When the valves no longer get a good seal you will often run into issues with it starting.
We have competitive prices to keep your project on budget. In most cases it's cheaper to recondition your cylinder head but if for some reason it's not, will let you know too. We are here to help you, not just sell you a service. Our staff is always willing to offer professional advice and make sure your doing what's best for your KTM vehicle.
KTM Cylinder Head Pricing
Disassemble Head, Clean-Prep Casting, Reassemble Head
- 2-Valve Single Cylinder $99.00 + Parts if needed
- 4-Valve Single Cylinder $149.00 + Parts if needed
- 5-Valve Single Cylinder $198.00 + Parts if needed
Note* Base price is required for all cylinder head work (Example: 4-Valve Head = $149 + additional services and parts below)
- $29 per seat
Replace Seat / Valve Job
Remove damaged/worn seat, press in new seat and valve job
- $69 each + price of each seat
Replace Guide / Valve Job
Remove damaged/worn guide, install new guide, ream and hone to size and valve job
- $69 each + price of each guide
Replace Seat / Replace Guide / Valve Job
Remove damaged/worn guide, install new guide, ream and hone to size, replace seat and valve job
- $89 each + price of each seat and guide
More information on Cylinder Heads
Racing Motocross or Trail Riding? LaBaron's has you covered. If your dirt bike, side by side or ATV is in need of head repair we are your solution. Example, with today's 530EXC and 250SXF Motocross Bikes, it's crucial to maintain valve adjustments and periodic valve adjustments. We can provide services to re-cut or replace your seats, replace your guides and lap in your valves. We offer a complete line of replacement valve-train components, that will last in your stock or high-performance application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What do I do when there are no shim sizes available for my valve adjustment?
A. This is caused by excessive valve stretch, valve face cupping, and/or seat recession.
Q. Are titanium or stainless steel valves better?
A. Titanium valves are lighter performance valves. Stainless Steel valves are more durable, and on average require less valve adjustments.
Q. Can you port my cylinder head too?
A. Yes we can. We offer basic hand porting and CNC porting.
Q. What KTM cylinder heads do you repair and/or recondition?
A. We specialize in KTM dirt bike and ATV 4-stroke heads.