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November 26th, 2017, 11:10 AM   #181
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Yes, i can read German. To prove my skills, I have put together a handy glossary:

ACCIDENT - Der bludimessen

BONNET - Pullenob und knucklechopper

BREATHALYSER - Die puffintem fur pistenarsen

CLUTCH - Die kuplink mit sclippen und schaken

CYCLIST - Der pedalpushink pillloken

ESTATE CAR - Der bagerroom fur shaggininauto

EXHAUST - Spitzenpoppen bangentuben

FOOTBRAKE - Der edbangeronvindschreen stoppenquick

GEAR LEVER - Biggensticken fur kangaroojumpen

HEADLIGHTS - Das dippendontdazzelubastad

HIGHWAY CODE - Der wipen fur arsen

INDICATORS - Die plinken tickentocken

JUGGERNAUT - Der fukkengretten trukken

LEARNER - Die twaten mit elplatz

NEAR ACCIDENT - Der fukken nearen schittenselfen

PARKING METER - Der tennerpinscher und klockenwerr

PUNCTURE - Die phlatt mit bludyfukken

SEATBELTS - Der klunkenklicker frauleintrapper

SKID - Der bannanan waltzen

SPEEDOMETER - Das Egoboozta mit Digitsundneedle

TYRES - Flattenfahrts

WINDSCREEN WIPER - Der flippenflappen muckenschpredder

BTW: On a 80mm stroke crank without the counter balancer, a balance factor of 0,6-something is desired? Whats the OEM figures?
This is the absolute best. I wanna learn German now.
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February 10th, 2018, 12:33 AM   #182
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Hi Bushie, how are things going with the mongrel? How did the Subaru valves hold up?
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February 12th, 2018, 05:17 PM   #183
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going good !

valves are good, lash hasn't changed so im happy

when im home it gets ridden 2-3 times a week for a few hours

i spend half my year OS .. so its only like "normal" people now LOL
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February 14th, 2018, 07:53 AM   #184
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Did those valves have a hardened tip, or are they just plain stainless? So are they good to just machine off and use as is?
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February 16th, 2018, 12:10 PM   #185
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The hardened end is not a seperate tip it's heated and quenched so the hardening runs down the stem far enough that a reasonable amount still remains

Spanners have done more hours than mine. At the time I thought I would try it then If they needed to be harder I would heat the tip and quench it

Not as involved as what I've been doing to the gearboxes
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February 20th, 2018, 02:47 AM   #186
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What size valves are those Fereas? I want to put some 32 and 37 in one of my heads, but I'm concerned about the valve seats. I'm thinking I should have larger seats for those, but I'm also afraid of ruining the head if the shop cuts through into the waterjacket. Maybe I should just go with 31 and 36, as I recall you saying they are good on the standard seat?
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February 20th, 2018, 04:39 AM   #187
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For what's worth I am gathering parts for my rebuild. Just very slowly. And I had shop replace valve seats to accept the valves 33mm and 38mm that I bought from kibble white. No problems. Others put that size too without any problems. According to Dr.c this is about the biggest valves that go right in with matching seats. I'd agree with that.
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February 20th, 2018, 11:05 AM   #188
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Exhaust is ok. Intakes can go to 36-37 just
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