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Looking at a 2011 outlander 500 max. Guy says one of the crank journals is scared. If I would need a new crank, I'm wondering what it would take to make it a 570.
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Crankshaft pistons and rods. I would go to 650. You can keep your cylinders. You will already need crank and maybe rods so might as well get pistons and go 650.

Then get ecu flashed with 650 tune.

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I would assume there would be a fair amount of cylinder boring to for 650 pistons. I would guess some of the displacement would be in stroke. But crank, rods, pistons and ECU flash is the majority needed?

What the difference in 500 vs 570 for parts?
 

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No boring for 650 cylinders. The 500 and 650 use same cylinder just different crank and rods and piston.

The 570 uses different cylinder crank and rods and tune so 650 is gonna be easier and save a few bucks. Plus you can find more used 650 parts.

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They are different but I am sure it would run just fine.

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