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Welcome to the forum.
How did this happen?
You will need a full service (shop) manual for a job this big if you’re going to do it yourself. It will also list tools needed.
 

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And how do you know it’s the crank?
 

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Are you sure it’s the crank and not the cvt, like a belt or clutch issue? This would be more likely.
Helpful to know how many miles and hours also.
 

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Yeah what do you mean "blew the crank"? As said, it's highly unlikely that a crank would break, especially on a 2020 model. What are the symptoms?
 

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Did it run out of oil?
 

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MMMMMMM, time for a BIG bore kit....go all in.
I don't evy you, but, I would like to do a BIG bore again.
For the amount of work that is ahead of you, don't do the bare minimum just to get it done.
The end results can be night and day.
Crank, cylinder, rod, piston, cam, bearings and all the little goodies needed. A daunting task, but I found it rewarding once completed.
 
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