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July 31st, 2014, 04:17 AM   #51
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Would be interesting to see fdracing`s cam chain set up
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August 2nd, 2014, 02:24 AM   #52
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3015 cam to rocker interference before raising cam



also hit the head



tapered shells





ground out rocker arms to clear the cam

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August 2nd, 2014, 05:10 AM   #53
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You have some proper bushie ideas!

its good to see them work too. awsome read! keep up the good work

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August 4th, 2014, 03:17 AM   #54
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drive pinion lockwasher

Ive never had a drive pinion come loose with proper use of loctite but this gear has a history of coming loose and is very loose on the crank, I can push it on by hand.

so JBS idea, lock washer



ground a flat section on the gear and machined 1mm off the nut. the nut has a huge lead in champher where there is no thread so this does not affect the strength of the nut.



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August 4th, 2014, 10:51 AM   #55
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I ended up lockwiring mine, I'd have liked to have used your tab washer idea but when we cut a new thread on the crank we couldn't get as many threads as we would of liked. We thought a 1mm tab washer would have used up a little of our thread area. Thoroughly cleaned, Loctite 2701 and with the help of my engineer mate we clicked it up to 105nm, 5nm at a time!

Sorry to hijack your thread!p Great work by the way!!!
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August 4th, 2014, 04:34 PM   #56
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awesome canolman!

good to see you got some holes through that gear
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August 18th, 2014, 05:54 AM   #57
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found if i put grooves in the clutch plates they last much longer



they are about 0.2mm deep and staggered from one side to the other so they don't align and create a weakpoint.

oil pickup slots in the clutch pressure plate



pic of the LHS before the cover goes on. to make the gasket reusable i put loctite 518 on the case then the gasket on top of that, then put anti seize compound on the cover. cover bolts tourqued to 8Nm, have only ever bought 2 clutch cover gaskets.



the groove for the o ring on the water passage measured 1.6mm deep on this engine, my other 2 engines it measures 0.8mm deep so i put a shim in the groove.

shimmed the kickstart shaft to 0.2mm axial play, needed a 0.6mm shim to get there.

also had to take 0.8mm off the silver spring collar on the gearshift shaft to get the 06 cover to fit on the 02 cases.

Spanner sent me some internal engine bling, oem water pump shaft oil seal and bearing left, same size bearing machined thinner on right



for use with a std shaft seal



LHS is bolted up, ignition cover needs some wizard hat tricks, engine nearly done.
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August 18th, 2014, 06:29 AM   #58
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All that great work and you've got the engine upside down!
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Good idea on the gasket. I got tired of ruining paper gaskets and use silicone to seal the sides together. Such a pain in the a$$.
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All that great work and you've got the engine upside down!


I might get it right one day carl
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