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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-15-2011, 08:06 AM Thread Starter
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Yamabond 5 vs Hondabond 4

I was just curious what you thought I should run with? I've always used RTV but thought that maybe I would switch to some good stuff.

Yamabond 5 I've heard is easier to clean off but dries.
Hondabond 4 I've heard never gets hard.

Just curious which of the two is better?


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I was just curious what you thought I should run with? I've always used RTV but thought that maybe I would switch to some good stuff.

Yamabond 5 I've heard is easier to clean off but dries.
Hondabond 4 I've heard never gets hard.

Just curious which of the two is better?
We use Permatex Moto Seal Ultimate Grey........


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Permitex Moto Seal is equivilant to yamabond 4 or hondabond 4. You want the 4 because it doesnt dry. It is easy to clean off. Most solvens will wipe it right off.

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Ok. Thanks. I'll probably get the yamabond 4.


2007 700-
11:1 Wiseco piston, +5 HR crank, Lucky700R ported head, HDD5050 cam, +3TB, DMC Force IV duals, MSD Blaster FI controller, UNI pod filters, ITP Beadlock rims + more

2001 Raptor-
100.5mm 11:1 Wiseco piston, balanced crank, trail ported head, Ferrea valves, stage 2 HC, Barker duals, UNI pod filters + more

2007 pitbike-
150cc Lifan engine, 26mm Mikuni carb, 32mm custom stainless steel exhaust, 12" motard tires, working on LED
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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2011, 11:22 PM
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Yamabond4. Permatex makes great products, lets keep it simple- Yamabond 4 only!!!!
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post #6 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-19-2011, 12:05 AM Thread Starter
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I picked up a tube of yamabond 4 today. As soon as my crank and piston get here I'll be able to get this thing back in a rideable state!


2007 700-
11:1 Wiseco piston, +5 HR crank, Lucky700R ported head, HDD5050 cam, +3TB, DMC Force IV duals, MSD Blaster FI controller, UNI pod filters, ITP Beadlock rims + more

2001 Raptor-
100.5mm 11:1 Wiseco piston, balanced crank, trail ported head, Ferrea valves, stage 2 HC, Barker duals, UNI pod filters + more

2007 pitbike-
150cc Lifan engine, 26mm Mikuni carb, 32mm custom stainless steel exhaust, 12" motard tires, working on LED
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I use Three Bond, semi drying & great seal, clean up is ok as long as you don't over do it

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-19-2011, 03:08 PM
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i also use the three bond, tim barker turned me onto it. works way better than anything else i have ever used.
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