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berglsmerg February 22nd, 2014 12:28 AM

09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
Yep blew it up. 9 months ago. Waited for cp to make me a piston over the Christmas break, work etc has made it a long haul, but at the suggestion of a mate I had a go


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I went for a couloe of rides, it's lean as hell in the bottom end, havent cracked the top end yet maybe tomorrow, midrangge feels good. My notebook died so I need to drag my pc out of the house or borrow one tomorrow to do a bit of tuning. :oops:

berglsmerg February 22nd, 2014 01:05 AM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
As I mentioned earlier my notebook died, I didn't back it up :cry: So the pics I have are on my phone. I found these, my friend at the bike shop changed the rod for me in their press, when I got it back I had some new "timing" marks on it cheeky bugger :lol: Hey Damon do you have the pic of the cam I sent to you ? Reckon you can help a mate out and throw it up here ?

http://i1035.photobucket.com/albums/...1/image-14.jpg

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While I was in there I replaced;

Oil pump,
Mains
Rod+big end
Countershaft bearing
Drive side balancer needle bearing,
Crankseals x3
Countershaft seal
DJH cam chain tensioner
Cam chain
Thumper racing reprofiled cam, I ordered a degree wheel but it didn't get here in time. So sorry guys no specs this time. I had to go up to 3.05 mm shims, from 2.90 to get to .005 intake and .007 exhaust.
Cam followers, rocker gear,transmission, starter sprague and torque limiter all checked out, rock solid. My clutch linings will need refreshing shortly though.

tourist February 22nd, 2014 10:23 AM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
Hahahaa ... those pictures of "rockets" they conveniently put as timing marks are appropriate in such a go-fast bike.

Derrr ... trying to learn all of this ... what tools did you need to go this deep?

bushmechanic February 22nd, 2014 02:27 PM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
you want those rockets on your new rod as well ?

head gasket looks familiar :D

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berglsmerg February 22nd, 2014 05:30 PM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
Hey yeah rockets are the go fast item :x It seems it's like the rockets appear when my friend is anywhere near the bike. But that's ok because I have his 351c in my shed and payback is double.

I really didn't use much out of the ordinary tourist, I used combination of propane torch and electric heat gun to warm the cases to liberate bearing races and I made a higher to get the inner crank races off. I don't have a press so my rocket engineer did the rod kit for me.http://i1035.photobucket.com/albums/...1/image-16.jpg

Sure rockets on the new rod why not ? Might be worth 20g or 30% lay them down in copper before carburising :lol:

Yes the gasket style reminds me of this other gasket I saw, if only I could remember...

Thanks for the photos mate :cheers:

Managed to cadge a notebook out of a mate for tuning this afternoon the catch is have to do his fork seals.

bushmechanic February 22nd, 2014 05:49 PM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
no worries,

can't tell from the pic did you make the bearing remover out of steel with a small lip to get behind the bearing ?

intriguing username on the photobucket

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More albums from scroteno1
:D :D :cheers: :cheers:

berglsmerg February 23rd, 2014 12:10 AM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
Here's some more from the scrote

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The pc did get dragged out to the shed

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First bit of correctionizing

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Getting closer but it's still a bitch to start, mid to top is awesome, I need tyres, it crashes into the limiter on hardpack, I need chassis tuning I'll get the latest map up tomorrow heaps more fuel in the mid/top, 8% in the idle area. Seems that the closer I set the actual tps position to the throttle plate the easier the starting but it seems to hang up a little when I close the throttle after a good burst. I only had a few hours this afternoon so I'm looking forward to getting back to it tomorrow.

The no1 comes from the rifle pics I wanted to share and the scrote thing..... That will need a few beers to explain.

berglsmerg February 23rd, 2014 12:26 AM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
My "higher" was meant to be jigger. I didn't have a lip on it at all the inner race sits flush on .005" shims with nothing to grab. I used a grip clamp on the handles to grab the race and transfer all 150c into it, a bit of a twist and away they come. I also had to have a ktm dealer pull the primary gear it was ultra mega tight and loctited on.

bushmechanic February 23rd, 2014 02:57 PM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
nice being able to fiddle with the EFI via computer

I have a WEGOII wide band EGO i need to put in the header of my 700

it looks a bit like a rocket :?

berglsmerg February 24th, 2014 02:12 AM

Re: 09 fe570 with 610 + cam
 
You've seen my rod so how's about I see your rocket.

I'll have a std 09 hego on Wednesday, just for shits giggles Ill make the ecu target 12.5 afr and
See what unfolds.

Fiddling is about all I'm doing mate, the system is set up like a interceptor/piggyback deal, guess it save me a $ on a power commander or jd unit. At least I can switch ignition maps with the map switch.

Edit, I will never pull a jet out again. This is too easy, I don't even get burnt and shredded fingers, just the gentle sounds of one hand typing :oops: and a double clicking mouse

A little bit more fiddling today, still feels laggy right off the bottom at big throttle openings, I'm starting to think its more a function of the longer duration, bigger overlap. But I'll try some more tomorrow. A wideband afr would be sweet right now if only to save me some time!



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